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Masters 2009

Three, two, won

In a final round that had more twists and turns than the past three Masters combined, Argentina's Angel Cabrera outlasted 48-year-old Kenny Perry, winning the 73rd Masters on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff.

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2009 Masters News

Monday, April 13, 2009

Three's a crowd

The framed photo must have seemed a strange gift to Angel Cabrera.
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Perry tested again as another tournament slips from hands

There's a fine line between immortality and merely mortal. Kenny Perry landed on the wrong side once again.
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Playing catch the leader

Where Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson went, the gallery followed.
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Bad 4-foot putt knocks Campbell from playoff

One putt, one four-foot putt, and Chad Campbell would join Angel Cabrera and Kenny Perry for the second hole of sudden death Sunday at the Masters Tournament.
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Lefty's caddie relishes thrills

Jim "Bones" Mackay has carried the bag in three major victories, but Sunday's experience shined even in a gallant losing effort by his employer, Phil Mickelson.
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Merrick's 66 is day's low round

John Merrick's first visit to Augusta National Golf Club was one he would rather not remember. Steve Flesch wanted to forget his previous one.
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National again a roaring soundstage

Yawns had taken the place of roars the past two years. On Sunday, the Masters Tournament brought its old excitement back.
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Score error cost another Argentine

Argentina's Roberto De Vicenzo was poised to battle Bob Goalby in an 18-hole playoff in 1968 when he got the sad news that he had signed an incorrect scorecard.
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First winner never lost lead

No one should have been surprised that Horton Smith won the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament.
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Club's moves draw praise

During the second round of the Masters Tournament, Padraig Harrington sprayed his tee shot on the par-5 second hole into the thick woods to the right of the fairway.
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Shot of the Day

ANGEL CABRERA'S SECOND SHOT ON NO. 10 DURING THE PLAYOFF: Cabrera came through with a clutch shot when he needed it most. With Kenny Perry in trouble on the second playoff hole, Cabrera stuck his iron shot on the 10th green.
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The playoff

First hole: Cabrera hit a 3-wood off the tee, and the ball ended up to the right in the woods.
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Masters insider

The 24-year-old native of Columbia is a two-time winner on the PGA Tour. Johnson shot 73 on Sunday to finish tied for 30th at 1-under-par for the tournament.
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In the field

SHINGO SHINES: Searching for words to explain how much fun he had Saturday at the Masters Tournament, Shingo Katayama compared his 2-under round with the beauty of the sky.
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The Sweet 16

Every year, the top 16 finishers in the Masters Tournament, including ties, are invited to play again the next year.
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Fans corner

PICTURE IMPERFECT: Bo and Maribeth Brown and their three sons waited more than an hour to have their picture taken in front of the clubhouse Sunday.
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