Guan singled out for slow play

Updated: April 13, 2013, 8:45 AM ET
By Gene Wojciechowski | ESPN.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Tianlang Guan was 14 years old when he began his round Friday. He was much, much older by the time he finished it.

We saw history -- twice -- during Guan's bizarre second round of the Masters. First, he became the first player, by all accounts, in the 77 times they've held this tournament, to be assessed a penalty for slow play. And second, he somehow squeezed under the cut line at the last moment, becoming the youngest player ever to do so at the Masters.

Guan, the ...

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