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2004 Masters

Phil Mickelson, winless in his previous 46 major starts, capped a spellbinding final round when he rolled in an 18-foot birdie putt to win the 68th Masters Tournament by a shot.

Birdie earns his major

2004 Masters



Emotional week ends in elation for Mickelson

A tournament that started on a somber note turned sentimental, then ended in a flash of pure exhilaration with Phil Mickelson jumping for joy after he won the 68th Masters Tournament.

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Lefty's fans left breathless

The place was jumping, teeming with excitement. Phil Mickelson was walking to the green from the 18th fairway with a chance to birdie the hole for the Masters title, and his fans were going ballistic.

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Ties run deep for caddie Mackay and Mickelson

Jim Mackay appeared to be calm as Phil Mickelson stood over the putt that would result in his first major victory.

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