At age 63, the remarkable Bernhard Langer still keeps on breaking records. Just back in November at the 84th edition of the Masters he became the oldest player ever to make the cut at the tournament. Having won the major in 1985 and then again in 1993, Bernhard has secured a lifelong invitation to compete here, and he intends to make the most of that opportunity each year.
Driving down Magnolia Lane, the famous tree-lined approach to Augusta National Golf Club’s iconic Clubhouse, is a moment Bernhard is always looking forward to. “It’s like coming home,” he says. “I like it here.” Currently second in the PGA TOUR Champion’s overall ranking, he is very much a force to be reckoned with.