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Masters 2008


South Africa's Trevor Immelman will make a better Masters Tournament champion than oddsmaker.

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2008 Masters News

Monday, April 14, 2008

Michaux: Player lifted successor to country's glory

Gary Player has been waiting on the other side of the Champions Locker Room door for 47 years, hoping that a countryman would walk through to join him.
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'It's not just for me'

After Trevor Immelman tapped in for par at the 18th hole Sunday, he looked for his family.
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Q&A: Immelman talks  

2008 Masters champion Trevor Immelman discusses his victory.
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Van Brimmer: Tournament's rut deeper than Immelman's divot

Masters Tournament champion Trevor Immelman's final tee shot Sunday found a rare dirt patch in an Augusta National Golf Club fairway.
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Round by Round

Trevor Immelman shot 4-under-par 68 to share the first-round lead with Justin Rose.
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Amen Corner continues to be proving ground for champions

In the 50 years since the 11th, 12th and 13th holes at Augusta National Golf Club were named Amen Corner by sportswriter Herbert Warren Wind, the balance of the Masters Tournament has almost always been determined in that peaceful valley on the lowest ground on the property.
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Masters Memory: Bobby Jones' Letter  

Former Augusta Chronicle editor Jerry Sanders tells about the day Bobby Jones, co-founder of the Masters Tournament, revealed he sent a letter to Jack Nicklaus urging him to remain an amateur golfer.
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One Tiger roar isn't enough to overcome Woods' faulty putter

Bobby Jones can rest in peace.
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Shot of the Day

Trevor Immelman was looking at a bogey -- or worse -- when he hit his approach shot to the right of the 11th green.
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Snedeker, Flesch double miseries on devilish 12th

The calendar said Sunday's final round of the Masters Tournament was in April, but as far as Brandt Snedeker and Steve Flesch are concerned, it just as well could have been March.
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British hopes become history again

His dreams of winning a green jacket dashed by a tsunami of bogeys Sunday, Paul Casey turned philosopher as he spoke of his final-round disappointment.
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Cink and Tiger had their own contest

Stewart Cink admits he's a slow learner when it comes to the Masters Tournament.
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Wind bumps scores 2 strokes

Mike Weir just couldn't figure it out.
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Masters Memories: Arnie's Paycheck  

Veteran newsmen Al Ludwick and Johnny "Sandman" Sands discuss Arnold Palmer and the paycheck he received for winning his first Masters Tournament.
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In the field

ZACH JOHNSON ENJOYED his final day as a defending Masters Tournament champion Sunday, but he spent most of it like the rest of the field -- battling the elements.
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Trio happy with how they represented hometown

They were the talk of the town -- their hometown of Milton, Fla. -- and made quite an impression the past week in Augusta.
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Weekley: Masters fans are truly memorable

It was a long day. I wasn't hitting it all that well today. I struggled. I struggled with the putter on the greens, too. That made it even longer.
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What's next

The Masters Tournament is over, but there are still plenty of big golf events remaining this year:
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Junior Patron of the Day

Today's Junior Patron of the Day is Jeremy Harris, 13, of Atlanta.
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Junior appeal deemed success

Nine-year-old Olivia McGregor picked up a pointer or two on how to improve her game, and it was from the world's best golfers.
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Who's hot, who's not

Miguel Angel Jimenez shot the best round Sunday with 4-under-par 68. The score vaulted him into a tie for eighth and assured him of a return trip to Augusta National in 2009.
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What they're writing

FANS AT THE MASTERS know golf. They know who to follow and where to go. So early Sunday evening, the majority of them went not with the leader, Trevor Immelman, and not with the star, Tiger Woods.
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Masters Memories: Ben Hogan  

Johnny "Sandman" Sands and Al Ludwick share stories about two-time Masters champion Ben Hogan.
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Fans corner

NO STOPPING THEM: Lucy Walters and Bill Medford, both in their 80s, left their spouses at home to recover from surgery while they enjoyed the Masters Tournament on Sunday.
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Masters champions

Previous winners of the Masters Tournament
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Moving Day at the Masters

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Rain, rain

Around noon, the skies opened. After a couple hours, it felt safe to venture back to the clubhouse. The scene I found there was quite different from the one I had left the day before.
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