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2011

Cabrera calls on his experience

Augusta National tends to shake the cobwebs off its champions, yet even Angel Cabrera didn't think he'd be one to rise to the top. The 2009 Masters winner barely made the cut in his title defense last year. With his length and comfort around Augusta, though, the Argentinian perked up at just the right time after relatively quiet rounds of 71 and 70.

Watching Cabrera win fuels hopes for the week

One of the surprise success stories of 2011, Jhonattan (pronounced Jonathan) Vegas is the first golfer from Venezuela to compete in the Masters Tournament. Jhonny Vegas will share his rookie Masters experience in a diary with The Augusta Chronicle:

Title defense never easy

Angel Cabrera is not easily intimidated, but the 2009 Masters Tournament champion admits that defending his title in front of the world was a challenge to his Latin bravado.
2010

Cabrera, Perry don't repeat drama

The patrons standing on the first tee Sunday around 1 p.m. might have experienced a feeling of deja vu when they saw Angel Cabrera and Kenny Perry paired for the final round, but if Cabrera and Perry felt any such sensation, Cabrera wasn't letting on.

Cabrera's birdie saves day for defending champion

Angel Cabrera already thought it was over. His bending 18-footer for birdie on the 18th hole seemed like small consolation for a title defense gone awry.

Cabrera visits scenes of glory with son

It's been 51 weeks since Angel Cabrera drove out Magnolia Lane with his green jacket, but it was another magnolia the Argentine was eager to see again.

Cabrera glad to be back at Augusta

It's been 51 weeks since Angel Cabrera drove out Magnolia Lane with his green jacket, but it was another magnolia the Argentine was eager to see again.

Cabrera excited to serve Argentine barbecue feast

Angel Cabrera is looking forward to the most celebrated ritual of any reigning Masters Tournament winner: the Champions Dinner.

Angel Cabrera press conference transcript

2009 Masters champion Angel Cabrera spoke to the media at Augusta National Tuesday afternoon.

The looper

The Almacen El Condor, a restaurant in Angel Cabrera's native Villa Allende, Argentina, is where the Masters Tournament champion reconnects with the world that molded him into the person and the golfer he is.

Work paid off as pressure built

VILLA ALLENDE, Argentina — In his defense, Angel Cabrera wasn't ready. A year after he had stunned everyone by beating Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk down the stretch at the 2007 U.S. Open, Cabrera was struggling in the spotlight of his title defense at Torrey Pines.

Cabrera, coach grow inseparable thanks to common bond

Charlie Epps, the director of the golf academy at the Houstonian Golf & Country Club, became the missing piece in Cabrera's success story just a month before his 2007 U.S. Open breakthrough.

Tennis champion edges out Cabrera for honor

The Golden Olimpia is awarded annually to the most important Argentine sports figure of the year. U.S. Open tennis champion Juan Martin del Potro edged out soccer superstar Lionel Messi and Masters Tournament champion Angel Cabrera to win the coveted award for 2009.

Golf club sees future in nurturing its caddies

VILLA ALLENDE, Argentina — Glen Garden Country Club in Texas, is world renowned for its caddie yard, which produced Hall of Famers Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. The closest any club in the world has come to producing such accomplished talent since is Córdoba Golf Club in Argentina.

Following in father's footsteps is a matter of course

TIGRE, Argentina — They were scattered across the course at the Argentine Open, connected by blood yet separated by only a few holes on the tee sheet. Angel Cabrera competed in his home country's national open in December with both of his sons, Federico and Angel Jr.

Excitement returned to Augusta National in '09

Angel Cabrera - and the Masters Tournament - lived charmed lives in 2009 at Augusta National Golf Club.

Video: Cabrera's Argentina

The Augusta Chronicle sports columnist Scott Michaux visits Argentina to learn about the country, and 2009 Masters Champion, Angel Cabrera.
2009

Three, two, won

High drama in the pines returned to the Masters Tournament on Sunday. Boy, did it ever.

Three's a crowd

The framed photo must have seemed a strange gift to Angel Cabrera.

Cabrera plays steady game

Angel Cabrera isn't the straightest hitter at Augusta National Golf Club.

Cabrera becomes first Argentine to win Masters

Angel Cabrera is the first South American to slip on a green jacket.

Perry, Cabrera, Campbell in playoff

Angel Cabrera made par and Perry couldn't make his par put, so the 73rd Masters Tournament will go to a playoff to determine the 2009 champion.

Cabrera, Perry tied for lead; no sign of Tiger

Angel Cabrera and Kenny Perry have proven they can handle the pressure on golf's biggest stage. Next up is Sunday at Augusta National, a test unlike any other they have faced.
2008

Cabrera learns 'easy does it' can do it

One of Angel Cabrera's friends believes the strongman won last summer's U.S. Open because he was "relaxed in his mind."
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