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1997 Masters

The Augusta National Golf Club welcomed a third minority member into its exclusive group on Sunday afternoon. Tiger Woods shouldn't have any trouble getting a game. With a record-shattering performance that left other competitors searching for superlatives to describe his game, Woods became the first minority golfer to win the Masters.

Tiger tracks into history - 1997

1997 Masters


Tiger had more than just length in annihilating Augusta

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Tiger Woods found himself in a rare position Sunday. He had already played two shots on No. 8, a par 5 measuring 535 yards, and he still couldn't see the hole.

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Is slam next for Tiger

Tiger Woods had barely slipped into his first green jacket before talk turned to an even higher accomplishment: the modern grand slam.

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Tiger Woods makes history at the Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Ultimately, Tiger Woods' record-setting Masters victory was more about Jack Nicklaus than Jackie Robinson.

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Tiger's father: `I knew this would happen a long time ago'

As Tiger Woods was finishing his final holes at the Masters, Earl Woods was walking toward the 18th green to meet his son.

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Stories from April 14, 1997

Stories from April 13, 1997

Stories from April 12, 1997

Stories from April 11, 1997


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