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2001 Masters

Playing at the nation's most famous golf course in the most prestigious tournament in the world, Tiger Woods completed his version of the Grand Slam in his normal flair-for-the-dramatic fashion Sunday.

Make it four for Tiger

2001 Masters


Slam question left hanging

What will they call this? Earl Woods would like to know. He was asked the question 1,000 times this week as he watched his son make history once again at the Augusta National Golf Club.

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Defending champion bedeviled by bogeys

Just as he did last year, Vijay Singh birdied the 72nd hole of the Masters and was greeted by his son Qass. This time, their smiles were more subdued.

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Erratic putts hold Mickelson at bay

Shortly after finishing the 65th Masters, Phil Mickelson candidly reflected on coming up short in another major championship. "Just erratic. I just was on a roller coaster," Mickelson said.

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Duval again fails to deliver down stretch

It was Sunday at the Masters, and David Duval was on the back nine. The setting and the results were painfully and uncannily similar to his previous three disappointments here.

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Stories from April 8, 2001

Stories from April 7, 2001

Stories from April 6, 2001

Stories from April 5, 2001

Stories from April 4, 2001

Stories from April 3, 2001

Stories from April 2, 2001


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