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Ludvig Aberg backs up the hype, finishes 2nd at the Masters in his first major

The Washington Post, April 14

Rory McIlroy has insisted for quite some time that Ludvig Aberg is poised to become a huge star in golf. The world found out why on Sunday. Aberg, a Swede who entered the Masters ranked ninth in the world at age 24 less than a year after turning pro, hung with No. 1 player in the world for the better part of 72 holes before Scottie Scheffler pulled away on the back nine to secure his second green jacket with a four-shot victory.