KJ doesn't usually play in this event, but with his US Open situation, he is resolved to play in as many tournaments as possible. As of now, KJ is not eligible to play in any of the majors this year. His exemption from his win at the Players Championship in 2011 ended last year, and he no longer has any exemptions. What KJ will need to do to play in those major championships is to either get inside the Top 50 in the World Rankings, or to win a tournament before the majors. With that in mind, there is no doubt that KJ will be trying his absolute best and to be attacking every green and every fairway.
He might not have donned the Green Jacket, but let's hope he can don the red one this week.
There is no golf tournament quite like The Masters. April 2014 will mark KJ Choi's 12th appearance at Augusta, an event where he previously placed three times in the top ten and averaged an impressive finishing position of 35th, for another shot at the green jacket.
Sam Willis - Contributing Writer, April 3, 2014