Stories for April 2002
Saturday, April 20
Read James Achenbach's column on the lengthening of Augusta National from 2002.
Three amateurs launched their careers at the 2002 Masters.
Three former Masters champions didn't attend the tournament's annual dinner after being asked not to participate in the tournament.
An informal poll of 22 former major champions finds that players have some concerns before joining the proposed tour.
Read the Golfweek reporter's notebok on Retief Goosen, David Duval, Jesper Parnevik, Greg Norman, Sam Snead and more.
Phil Mickelson still hasn't broken through with a major championship victory but that hasn't broken his spirit.
A record five holes-in-one were recorded during the 43rd annual Par-3 Contest at Augusta National.
Ernie Els's chances of winning the 2002 Masters went down the drain after a crucial misstep on par 5.
The 2002 Masters looked to be Arnold Palmer's last time at Augusta and his final major appearance.
Bad weather causes muddy conditions for spectators and players at the 2002 Masters.
Augusta National renovations make the course longer, tougher and slower to play.
Read James Achenbach's analysis of Tiger Woods' third Masters win in 2002.
Several of golf's big names had a disappointing final round of the 2002 Masters.
Tiger Woods won his third Masters title, second straight, in 2002.