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You can remember the 2013 Masters for Adam Scott's thrilling playoff victory over Angel Cabrera, the slow-play penalty leveled against a 14-year-old kid from China, or the two-stroke penalty a television viewer called on Tiger Woods for an illegal drop.
The 2013 Masters was as memorable, strange, controversial and dramatic as any sporting event I can remember. It was Mike Tyson biting Evander Holyfield's ear, the Thrilla in Manilla, Cal-Stanford, the '72 Gold Medal Basketball Game and The Immaculate Reception rolled into a single, four-day golf weekend.
I'll remember it as the weekend I realized adversity is Tiger Woods' kryptonite. I'll remember it as the weekend I first considered the real possibility that not only will Tiger fail to catch Jack Nicklaus in major championships, but Tiger isn't on the same level as Nicklaus as a competitor.
I am a Tiger Woods groupie. After Magic Johnson, Tiger is my favorite athlete of all time. I would rather watch T...
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One of the greatest football players ever, Joe Montana, vented his frustration over the decision that was made by the Augusta National rules committee one day after Tiger Woods took an illegal drop on 15 at the Masters, after his approach shot hit the pin and rolled into the water. Woods was penalized two-strokes and began the third-round -1. Montana’s problem was that the penalty...
The New York Post ran the following headline (seen above) for its coverage of the Masters on Sunday.The headline is in direct reference to Tiger Woods' controversial two-stroke penalty and his reputable promiscuous past. Naturally, the Post decided to capitalize on their chance to feature a play on words that covered both. Many fellow golfers are upset with the PGA's ruling...
The 5-iron was almost as good as the wedge the day before. Tiger Woods played the 15th hole Saturday as if he wanted payback, and this time there was nothing controversial about it.
The 10-foot eagle putt slid just by the left side, but birdie was almost as good. Woods was not only still playing, but back in contention for a fifth green jacket on what was easily the most unusual...
Tiger Woods took to Twitter to release a statement regarding the Masters’ rules committee’s decision to give him a 2-stroke penalty for a bad drop.
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AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Tiger Woods dropped two strokes at the Masters before he even hit a shot Saturday, and he still has a chance to wear another green jacket.
Woods shot a 2-under 70 in the third round at Augusta National, shaking off a two-stroke penalty assessed before he went out to the first tee. When he walked off the 18th green after sinking a testy par putt, he was four strokes...
Adam Scott has become the first Australian to win the Masters,
beating Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a playoff on a rainy
day at Augusta National.
Did I call it or did I call it? Ok, so I didn’t necessarily call it. That quirky little plastic eight ball filled with liquid called it. Maybe it wasn’t prophetic. Maybe it was just odds. There were three very talented Aussies at the top of the leaderboard going into Sunday at Augusta, so there were decent odds.
Adam Scott put up a solid 3-under in the final day of the Masters...