News for Saturday, April 17, 2004
Read Jeff Babineau's column on Phil Mickelson's first major and Masters victory.
Phil Mickelson came to Augusta National early to improve his game which led to his victory.
Phil Mickelson finally got the monkey off his back to win his first major at The Masters in 2004.
Read James Achenbach's column on Phil Mickelson finally finding the missing part of his game which gave him his first major victory.
Justin Rose lost the lead of the 2004 Masters after shooting nine bogeys during the final round.
Bernhard Langer was able to stay in the hunt till two par 5s on the final day cost him at the 2004 Masters.
After 44 appearances, Jack Nicklaus could of played in his final Masters tournament.
The final round of the 2004 Masters was one of the most memorable but TV audiences were down from last year.
Padraig Harrington won in extra holes over Eduardo Romero to win the 2004 Par 3 Contest at Augusta National.
Augusta National Chairman Hootie Johnson defends Masters officials' decision to allow Lian-Wei Zhang of China to play in the 2004 Masters tournament.
Casey Wittenberg lights up the back nine to have the best amateur finish since 1962.
The 2004 Masters remembers Bruce Edwards, caddie to Tom Watson, after succumbing to ALS.
It's been 24 months, to date, since Tiger Woods won a major tournament.
K.J. Choi, Sergio Garcia and Chris DiMarco were in contention on the final round of the 2004 Masters.
Ernie Els listens and reacts to Phil Mickelson winning the 2004 Masters tournament.
Read Dave Seanor's column on Arnold Palmer's final weekend at the Masters Tournament.