Found April 05, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
The Masters is unique. It gets grouped in with the PGA Championship, the British Open and the US Open as the four “major championship” tournaments in men’s professional golf, but I would venture to say that nearly any golf fan would put The Masters in a class all of its own. You’ll get the purists that say that there’s nothing like the British Open, and while that’s true, I think in America, The Masters is held in a higher regard. Assembling the top 10 moments in Masters history is not exactly easy. With over 75 years of tournaments, the sheer volume of memorable moments is staggering. And the moments are not simply limited to winners, but rather the many, many moments that help validate and give credence to the reasons why millions of people spend their weekends hacking away at their local course. Still, in this list, a certain amount of favor will be shown to those who have won, as they are most often identified with that particular year’s tournament. Here is my list of the ...
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