Some call it the Superbowl of golf, but it’s more like the Daytona 500 in that it is the first of the four majors each season. It is The Masters, and unlike most tournaments, it is an invitational and always played at Augusta National. Therefore, the field is smaller and loaded with recent tournament winners.

On April 3, Jim Herman, a lifelong friend of Centennial history teacher Steven Wyder, won the Shell Houston Open to qualify for The Masters. During his Masters’ interview, Herman used the occasion to acknowledge the part that Mr. Wyder has played in his success. For a complete transcript of the interview, use this link.

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