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1999 Masters

Three years ago, the former Masters Tournament champion sat alone in the dark of his home in Fuenterrabia, Spain, and watched as late-night television beamed the tragedy of the 1996 Masters Tournament to him. Here sat Jose Maria Olazabal, in the depths of despair, unable to walk, much less play a round of golf. There, on television, good friend Greg Norman was falling all over himself on Sunday as Nick Faldo stormed past.

Olazabal's victory

1999 Masters


Garcia's 73 earns low-amateur crown

Few rounds of 73 will generate such an emotional response from Sergio Garcia. But Sunday afternoon, the Spanish teen-ager could revel in his 1-over-par finish.

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Duval's prayer denied at Amen Corner

David Duval started an hour and 40 minutes before the final pairing with one goal in mind -- scare 'em all.

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Putt woes discourage Woods

Tiger Woods reached more greens in regulation than anybody else, hitting 50 out of 72, at this year's Masters Tournament.

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Masters has its own Sweet 16

Return trips to the Masters Tournament are getting harder to come by.

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Stories from April 12, 1999

Stories from April 11, 1999

Stories from April 10, 1999

Stories from April 9, 1999

Stories from April 8, 1999

Stories from April 7, 1999

Stories from April 6, 1999

Stories from April 5, 1999

Stories from April 4, 1999

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