Harry Kane eager to fit The Masters around England duties

England striker Harry Kane is hoping to watch as much of this year's Masters as possible, although he will miss part of the final day's action due to a fixture against Belgium.

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Tue, 10 Nov 2020

Harry Kane eager to fit The Masters around England duties

England striker Harry Kane has revealed he will be watching as much Masters action as he can this week, but will miss some of the action on Sunday as he has a Nations League fixture against Belgium.

Golf fans around the world are eagerly anticipating the first ever November Masters and Kane, who spends a lot of his spare time on the golf course, can't wait to watch the action at Augusta.

England take on the Republic of Ireland in a friendly on Thursday, before heading to the King Power Stadion At Den Dreef to face Belgium on Sunday night, right when the final round of The Masters will be heating up.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, Kane said: "I can't wait to be honest. It's going to be strange seeing how the golf course sets up in November.

"We're away with England at the time so I think I might be missing the final day - we're playing Belgium on Sunday but I'll be watching as much as I can.

"It will be an interesting watch. Hopefully some of the English boys can do well and get right up that leaderboard."

Kane is looking forward to watching Tiger Woods defend his title after his epic victory in 2019, but believes fellow countryman Tyrrell Hatton is in with a shot of winning his first major.

"I obviously love to watch Tiger - when he won it last year, it was amazing," added Kane. "It'll be good to see him back out there.

"The English boys - Justin Rose... Tyrrell Hatton's got a good chance, he's been playing well this year.

"Ian Poulter's obviously missing that major but he's had a great career. I'd love to see one of those boys do it."

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