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Chinese 14-year-old earns ticket to U.S. Masters

Winner Guan Tianlang of China (L) holds a certificate of invitation to the 2013 U.S. Masters Tournament as runner-up Pan Chung-Tseng of Taiwan poses with a certificate of entry to International Final Qualifying for the Open Championship, during the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Teenage hot-shot Guan earned an invitation to the 2013 Masters at Augusta after firing an even-par 71 to win by one stroke from Pan. REUTERS/Paul Lakatos/OneAsia/Handout

Winner Guan Tianlang of China (L) holds a certificate of invitation to the 2013 U.S. Masters Tournament as runner-up Pan Chung-Tseng of Taiwan poses with a certificate of entry to International Final Qualifying for the Open Championship, during the...more

Winner Guan Tianlang of China (L) holds a certificate of invitation to the 2013 U.S. Masters Tournament as runner-up Pan Chung-Tseng of Taiwan poses with a certificate of entry to International Final Qualifying for the Open Championship, during the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Teenage hot-shot Guan earned an invitation to the 2013 Masters at Augusta after firing an even-par 71 to win by one stroke from Pan. REUTERS/Paul Lakatos/OneAsia/Handout
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Guan Tianlang of China gestures during the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Guan is poised to become the youngest golfer to play at the U.S. Masters after the Chinese 14-year-old won the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Thailand on Sunday. REUTERS/Paul Lakatos/OneAsia/Handout

Guan Tianlang of China gestures during the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Guan is poised to become the youngest golfer to play at the U.S. Masters after the Chinese...more

Guan Tianlang of China gestures during the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Guan is poised to become the youngest golfer to play at the U.S. Masters after the Chinese 14-year-old won the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Thailand on Sunday. REUTERS/Paul Lakatos/OneAsia/Handout
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Guan Tianlang of China squats as he holds his winner's trophy during the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Guan is poised to become the youngest golfer to play at the U.S. Masters after the Chinese 14-year-old won the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Thailand on Sunday. REUTERS/Paul Lakatos/OneAsia/Handout

Guan Tianlang of China squats as he holds his winner's trophy during the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Guan is poised to become the youngest golfer to play at the U.S....more

Guan Tianlang of China squats as he holds his winner's trophy during the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi November 4, 2012. Guan is poised to become the youngest golfer to play at the U.S. Masters after the Chinese 14-year-old won the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Thailand on Sunday. REUTERS/Paul Lakatos/OneAsia/Handout
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