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Masters 2007

Johnson puts 1-over

In a final round in which traditions were blown away like the wind that confounded the field during the week, Zach Johnson remained calm and won the highest-scoring Masters Tournament in 51 years Sunday.

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2007 Masters News

Monday, April 9, 2007

Victory recalls Iowan who outplayed Hogan

Jack Fleck opened his Sunday papers and read all the dispatches from Augusta that assured him that Tiger Woods was going to win another Masters Tournament.
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Mainstream America has a hero in Johnson

Zach Johnson said after Saturday's round that he would try not to get emotional about being in contention in the Masters Tournament.
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'Hardest Masters' takes toll on Woods

Tiger Woods had a shot at continuing to prove himself otherworldly in the 2007 Masters Tournament. He ended up coming back down to earth a little bit.
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Changes keep drama alive in tournament's final round

Legend has it the Masters Tournament doesn't begin until the leaders reach the final nine Sunday.
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Two holes cost Appleby his lead

Stuart Appleby joined the growing list of Australian golfers who got a sniff of winning a Masters Tournament, but will return Down Under green jacketless.
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Lackluster week provides lessons

Right up to its fairly humdrum finish Sunday, the 71st Masters Tournament was about what didn't happen, the lasting memory sure to be the abject lack of memories.
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Opening hole set tone for players

Time and again, players walked off the opening hole at Augusta National Golf Club this week looking to make up ground.
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Europeans turn in solid performances

The strongest bids to break Europe's major championship drought ended Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club with a wild drive by Justin Rose, a water ball by Padraig Harrington and too much spin from Luke Donald.
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Kelly's new approach pays off

Jerry Kelly didn't win the 71st Masters Tournament, but he certainly had fun playing.
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South Africans come up short again

The wind whipped and the temperature uncharacteristically dipped this weekend at Augusta National Golf Club, but some things didn't change.
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Taylor looks forward to next year

All numbers that add up for an impressive Masters Tournament for Vaughn Taylor. But the one number he'd like to have back is a final-round 75, which left him six shots behind champion Zach Johnson.
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Howell finds silver lining in weekend

For nearly six months since the end of last season, Charles Howell has been singularly focused on reaching this day.
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Best seat in the house

Even on Easter Sunday, the sadists gather here.
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Fans corner

a breath and fresh air: A grassy knoll nestled between the 10th and 15th holes ended up being the perfect resting spot for Brooke Watson and her roommate Matt Stevens, of Savannah, Ga. The two sat in the shade and rested after walking the course all morning.
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The Sweet 16

The top 16 finishers, plus ties, receive an invitation to next year's Masters tournament.
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Masters notebook

DONE ON NO. 1: Defending champion Phil Mickelson effectively took himself out of the running for the green jacket with a triple-bogey 7 at the par-4 first hole.
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Final round by the numbers

Here are some final round statistics.
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What they're saying

(Phil) Mickelson said earlier in the week that he's over the U.S. Open meltdown. Truth be told, the colossal collapse is like the famous Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme. Hefty Lefty sat on a wall. Hefty Lefty had a great fall. All of the golf teachers and all of the sports psychologists couldn't put Hefty Lefty together again.
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Shot of the Day

CHIPPING ON NO. 18: With a one-shot lead, Johnson pushed his 6-iron approach. The ball came up just short of going into the bunker on the right side of the final green, and he faced a delicate chip. He pulled off the shot perfectly, hitting it to within inches of the hole for an easy par and his first major win.
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High-scoring winners

Zach Johnson's winning total of 1-over-par 289 matches the highest winning score in Masters history:
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Who's hot, who's not

In search of his first major championship, Zach Johnson didn't wilt down the stretch Sunday at Augusta National.
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Eagles nest

Players receive a set of crystal goblets from Augusta National Golf Club if they make an eagle during the tournament. A list of eagles made this year:
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