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‘Food-poisoned’ Cam ready for Masters

Min Woo Lee (left) and Cameron Smith of Australia chat during their practice round Tuesday prior to the 2024 Masters Maddie Meyer / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/AFP

AUGUSTA, Georgia (AFP) — Major winner Cam Smith was pleased to regain “a little bit of energy” as he completed his first Masters practice round Tuesday after being laid low by food poisoning.

His on-course partner Tuesday, fellow Australian Min Woo Lee, then revealed he will tee off the first major of the year with a broken finger.

Smith, the British Open champion in 2022, had to withdraw from LIV Golf Miami on Friday after being taken ill.

“I spent the weekend in bed, which wasn’t the greatest preparation. Today is probably the first day where I feel like I’ve got a little bit of energy,” Smith told reporters.

“I’m sure I’ll be pretty cooked tonight. At least I could get around and feel okay.”

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