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1998 Masters

It was high drama with a surprise twist in the final reel on a glorious Easter Sunday at the Augusta National Golf Club. Mark O'Meara, suspect under major-championship pressure through an otherwise stellar career, achieved something only two other golfers in Masters Tournament history have accomplished.

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1998 Masters


Toms ties Masters records

David Toms said goodbye to his wife on the 11th fairway, then said hello to Masters history.

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Kuchar will be back

Len Mattiace said that, after the crushing disappointment wears off, he might be more able to appreciate just how well he played in the final round of the Masters Tournament.

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Nicklaus makes another run

Jack Stephens wasn't kidding. During a Tuesday ceremony to honor Jack Nicklaus on his 40th appearance in the Masters, the Augusta National chairman said the club was leaving room at the bottom of his plaque, ``just in case.''

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Haas' caddie has mind on business

To be in Augusta on the 50th anniversary of his father's Masters victory, Billy Harmon feels lucky.

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Stories from April 13, 1998

Stories from April 12, 1998

Stories from April 11, 1998

Stories from April 10, 1998

Stories from April 9, 1998

Stories from April 8, 1998

Stories from April 7, 1998


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