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2003 Masters

It will be difficult for this year's Masters to top the 2003 tournament. From a first-win by a left-handed Canadian, to the spectacle of Martha Burk, to the monsoon that filled the course with mud, this is a tough act to follow.

Weird to Weir

2003 Masters


Weir defeats Mattiace in playoff

Mike Weir didn't rely on power and flair. This mini Maple Leaf is about tenacity and resiliency, two traits he leaned on Sunday to win the Masters after the first sudden-death playoff in 13 years.

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Mattiace reflects on master stroke

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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Woods ends Masters run at third hole

After scrambling to give himself a chance to win an unprecedented third-straight Masters title, Woods stumbled Sunday to 3-over-par 75, which left him in a disappointing tie for 15th place.

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Mickelson sees no defeat in third place

Some view it as one of his endearing characteristics. Others consider it his fatal flaw. To Phil Mickelson, the cup is always half full.

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