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Masters 2010

Three cheers

Phil Mickelson had plenty of thrills left in his game after all. The chill bumps came later during an embrace with his wife, Amy, who is battling breast cancer and made a rare appearance to watch her husband win the 74th Masters Tournament and his third green jacket.

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2010 Masters News

Monday, April 12, 2010

Michaux: No words were needed to convey meaning of win

They'll name a bridge for this one. Phil Mickelson put on another epic back-nine display of the most daring golf to win the Masters Tournament on a pristine Sunday.
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Fantastic shots Sunday bring out roars

The thousands of patrons who flocked to Augusta National Golf Club on Saturday saw a number of stellar shots and delivered a weekend's worth of roars. As it turns out, they saved some of them for the final day.
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During final round, golfer shows skill as escape artist

Phil Mickelson finished one shot off the lead in the Masters Tournament in the third round with a series of sensational and improbable shots.
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Boyette: Despite storied history, maybe best is yet to come

Seventy-five years ago, a golf tournament came of age with one simple swing of the club and a fortuitous bounce.
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Family, patrons help keep Lefty laid-back

Phil Mickelson has been a different kind of relaxed this week at the Masters Tournament. He's taken his youngest daughter to coffee shops to play chess and stayed up past midnight watching movies with his family.
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Whatever his faults, Tiger is never boring

Two young boys standing along the ropes behind the 18th green applauded enthusiastically as he walked past.
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Westwood will keep firing until he bags that elusive major

If anyone was suited to offer words of encouragement to Lee Westwood on Sunday after he lost the final-round lead at the Masters, it was the man who usurped him, Phil Mickelson.
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Kim did not yield without a fight, despite sore thumb

The hottest young golfer on the PGA Tour blazed his way into contention late Sunday afternoon.
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Watney has magical Sunday on third visit

Nick Watney had the kind of Sunday that any player in the Masters Tournament dreams of. He hit green after green and made putt after putt on his way to 7-under-par 65, tied for the tournament's low round.
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Couples stays on top from get-go

Fred Couples, the sockless and ageless one, will look back at his 26th Masters Tournament and not shake his head over what could have been on Sunday.
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Manassero's youth belies his maturity

He plays like a golfer much older than his 16 years, but we have proof that Matteo Manassero actually is a teenager. No, it's not an authenticated birth certificate from his native Italy. It's the gaggle of teenage girls that followed him around the course. He noticed, of course.
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Cabrera, Perry don't repeat drama

The patrons standing on the first tee Sunday around 1 p.m. might have experienced a feeling of deja vu when they saw Angel Cabrera and Kenny Perry paired for the final round, but if Cabrera and Perry felt any such sensation, Cabrera wasn't letting on.
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Round changes Els' mind

Leaving the 18th green after sinking a 10-footer for birdie, Ernie Els heard a patrol yell to him.
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Verplank's goal for day denied by late collapse

Tom Watson told us, "There's a tragedy awaiting you just about on every hole." Veteran Scott Verplank can attest.
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Stricker disappointed with play

After a week's worth of frustration, the world's No. 2-ranked player closed the Masters Tournament on a good note.
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Automatic invite eases minds

Steve Marino couldn't wait to sign his scorecard Sunday and see his position on the leaderboard as the final round of the Masters Tournament was nearing its conclusion.
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Player notebook

Aced: Patrons at the 16th hole didn't have to wait long to give a Sunday roar. Nathan Green , playing with Chad Campbell in the first group off the tee Sunday, used the 16th green's back slope for a hole-in-one with a 6-iron.
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Meet the rookie: Francesco Molinari

Do you want tickets for next year's Masters Tournament?
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Past Masters champions

List of past Masters champions and scores.
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Fans corner

SEATS OF POWER: John and Lara Harrill , of Spartanburg, S.C., had a Sunday strategy that was hard to argue with.
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Junior Patron of the Day

8-year-old Lili Chalfant, of Atlanta, Ga., is the Junior Patron of the Day.
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