Stories for April 2007

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2007 Masters: New course design evens the playing field at Augusta

New course design has evened out the playing field at the Masters.

2007 Masters: Arnold Palmer embraces his new role

Arnold Palmer reflects on his new role of honorary starter after playing in 50 Masters tournaments.

2007 Masters: Tough week for both Singhs

Jeev Milkha Singh had a rough start in his first Masters; Vijay Singh had his worst finish since 2001.

2007 Masters: Nothing goes right for Mickelson

Phil Mickelson had one of his worst Masters performances in 2007.

2007 Masters: South Africans depart Augusta jacketless – again

South African golfers haven't won the Masters since 1978.

2007 Masters: Augusta’s Taylor feels the heat competing in hometown major

Vaughn Taylor deals with the pressure of growing up around Augusta National.

2007 Masters: Opportunity not seized for Woods

Tiger Woods was still competitive despite average play.

2007 Masters: Johnson and short hitters can compete at the Masters

Masters champion Zach Johnson and other short-range hitters can compete amongst the big hitters at Augusta.

2007 Masters: Unknown Zach Johnson wins the Masters

Zach Johnson completes a Cinderella story to win the 2007 Masters.

2007 Masters: Gary Player is still going strong at 71

Golf great Gary Player is still keeping up with the younger guys.

2007 Masters: Appleby uses misfortunes to create his best finish

Stuart Appleby was in an unfamiliar situation on the final day at the Masters, being paired up with the leaders.

2007 Masters: Quigley becomes a father during his first Masters appearance

Brett Quigley dropped everything at Augusta to try and be there for the birth of his first child.

2007 Masters: Amateurs take away some memories dispite an early exit

Five amateurs lived their Masters fantasies and relished ever moment of it.