Read about the 'Masters' and 'Masonic' here:
1st career major win in 74th start eh, at the very 'Masonic' Masters?
His name, Sergio Garcia Fernandez also has Gematria connecting to 'Masonic'.
The first Spanish player to win the Maseters was Seve Ballesteros and today would have been his 60th birthday.
He won it in 1980, the year Sergio was born, 37-years ago.
As for it being '90-days' after, it connects to his sponsor, Titleist, and his nickname, 'El Nino'. Remember, the Masons love to pair '33' and '74'.
'90' also connects to 'Augusta'.
It is interesting how him and Spieth are touted as two of the biggest stars in the PGA, and they both share the 'All Seeing Eye' Gematria as well.
Think about Golf on 'CBS', the 'All Seeing Eye' network.
All Seeing Eye = 119; Star of David = 119; Master Plan = 119
Also interesting, his place of birth connects to his name Gematria.
With regards to this being the 81st Masters that he won, it is interesting to consider that he turned 1 in 1981. Remember, one, the foundational number, has '47' Gematria, and this year the tournament began on a date with '47' numerology.
4/6/2017 = 4+6+20+17 = 47
LAST, a couple more notes on the first Spaniard to win the Masters.
Notice he died at age 54. '54' is often paired with '93'. Sun = 19+21+14 = 54
Notice the date he passed, May 7, or 5/7. We know what the number '57' has to do with champions, which he was in the PGA. Seve was also born in '57.
The first PGA champion was Horton Smith.
LAST LAST, today, April 9, is a really good date to win the Masters. Today's date can be written 4/9 or 9/4. Again, this is also Seve's birthday.
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Notice Sergio was born 95-days before the 23-year-old Seve won the Masters.
Talk about 'born to be'.
ALSO, regarding Seve winning the 44th tournament, he was diagnosed with his fatal brain tumor on a date with '44' numerology as well, October 6, 2008.
10/6/2008 = 10+6+20+08 = 44 (Cancer = 44) (Chemo = 44) (Kill = 44)
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It has been 23-years since Jose, the second Spaniard, won his first Masters, 1994.
We'll have to pay attention if there is a great riddle here. Jose Maria Olazabal turned 51-years-old on the day of Super Bowl 51, led by head referee #51, where Tom Brady won with his 51st carer game winning drive.