News for Saturday, April 18, 2009


News 2009 April 18


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That old green magic

Whether you followed the hint of magic down to that precious juncture where the greens at 6, 15, and 16 converge, or you took your heart out to Amen Corner or even satisfied your thirst with positions behind the seventh green, the stroll around Augusta National Golf Club helped reintroduce an old friend whom you feared had disappeared forever.

2009 Masters: Woods and Nicklaus: Kings of clutch

Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus have no equals when it comes to must-make moments.

2009 Masters: Campbell had his shot, and he pushed it

Costly putt ruins Chad Campbell's chances of a Masters title.

Gay dialed in at Verizon Heritage

Brian Gay can’t miss. A day after he made five consecutive birdies, Brian Gay shot a 4-under 67 in the third round of the Verizon Hertiage to take a three-shot lead. New Zealander Tim Wilkinson is in second. Lee Janzen is four back in third.

2009 Masters: Golf needs more Kenny Perrys

Kenny Perry shows class while finishing second at the Masters.

2010 Masters: Analysis: A little luck goes a long way for Cabrera

Cabrera won the Masters with his putting, nerves and a little help from lady luck.

2009 Masters: Mickelson’s wild ride continues

Read Jeff Rude's column on Phil Mickelson.

2009 Masters: Cabrera finds the magic to win the Masters

A restored Sunday roar, Kenny Perry's vanishing victory and Angel Cabrera's escape act combine for an Augusta classic.

2009 Masters: Gary Player plays in the Masters one last time

Gary Player recalls his greatest memories at Augusta National.

2009 Masters: amateur Steve Wilson played with his idol Watson

The 39-year-old makes his Masters debut playing with his golf idol, Tom Watson.

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Fowler powers Cowboys to Aggie lead

Led by Rickie Fowler and Peter Uihlein, Oklahoma State had four players post sub-70 rounds as the Cowboys surged into the lead after the first round of the weather-plagued Aggie Invitational.

2009 Masters: Woods and Mickelson started strong but faded late

Masters patrons got a to see Tiger and Phil paired together again.