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Masters Memories: Scott Hoch’s missed chance

” I just thought, Well, he’s opened the door for me. Then it felt like destiny. ” – Nick Faldo Winning golf tournaments at the professional level is insanely difficult, and the difference between winning and losing in most cases is razor thin. For a lot of players, getting that win is a massive deal, […]

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Masters Memories: Mickelson goes through the trees

  Before Phil Mickelson won the 2004 Masters, he was perpetually at the top of the “best player to never win a major” list and much of that was attributed to his consistently aggressive play that in a lot of instances, seemed completely unnecessary. Sure, part of what has made him a fan favourite to […]

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Masters Memories: Nicklaus wins in ’86

” I’m walking back to the compound and Ken Venturi said, ‘How old are you, kid?’ I said I’m 26. He said ‘Let me tell you something, you may one day be lucky enough to say that you’ve seen 40 or 50 Masters, you may, but I can tell you one thing, you’ll never live […]

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Masters Memories: Couples stays dry at the 12th

  That’s the most nervous I’ve ever been and obviously it showed. You get a break like that and I just started screaming at myself inside and you know, forget all of this stuff. Hit it left, or do anything but hit it there and how it stayed up was a miracle and so is […]

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