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Masters Traditions: Landmarks

...Sarazen Bridge marks Gene Sarazen's double eagle on the 15th hole in the final round in 1935. It enabled him to tie Craig Wood, and Sarazen prevailed the next day in the tournament's only 36-hole playoff.Augusta National unveiled the Sarazen...

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Masters Traditions: Honorary Starters

...eagle at the 15th hole in the final round in 1935. He won his only Masters the next day in a 36-hole playoff against Craig Wood.Nelson stepped aside in 1983 to tend to his ailing wife, Louise, and was replaced by two-time Masters runner-up Ken...

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Par-5 birdies close out Rory McIlroy's 71

...80 years ago, when he holed a double eagle in the fourth round in the "shot heard 'round the world" and later beat Craig Wood in a playoff.McIlroy, 25, would be the second-youngest career slam winner. Tiger Woods was 24 when he finished the...

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Easter Sunday is special for Bernhard Langer

...hole in the final round. His 4-wood shot from 235 yards out enabled him to make up three shots on clubhouse leader Craig Wood in a hurry, and Sarazen parred the final three holes to force a tie. The next day, in the tournament's only 36-hole...

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Throwback Thursday: Tiger's 2005 Masters win

...premonition on the 14th hole in the second Masters. He had hooked his tee shot into the rough, then heard the roar from Craig Wood's birdie on the final hole. "Well, Gene, that looks as if it's all over," Walter Hagen said to Sarazen...

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Sarazen hit most famous shot at Masters

...shot to the 15th hole was the first double eagle in tournament history, and it allowed him to catch clubhouse leader Craig Wood. Sarazen parred the final three holes, then beat Wood in the tournament's only 36-hole playoff the next day.Sarazen...

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Throwback Thursday: Sarazen wins 1935 Masters

...of the 1935 Masters Tournament. He had hooked his tee shot into the rough, and that's when he heard the roar from Craig Wood's birdie on the final hole."Well, Gene, that looks as if it's all over," Walter Hagen said to Sarazen, according...

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USGA leader talks Drive, Chip and Putt

...held the lead alone in all four rounds.Arnold Palmer is one of four men to achieve that feat, and he did it in 1960. Craig Wood (1941), Jack Nicklaus (1972) and Raymond Floyd (1976) were the other wire-to-wire winners. MASTERS SPEAKThe...

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No. 15 home to famous approach shot, double eagle

...4-wood from 235 yards.Known as the "shot heard 'round the world," Sarazen's double eagle put him in a tie with Craig Wood. Sarazen beat Wood in a 36-hole playoff the next day.No. 15 became more closely associated with Sarazen's shot...

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Double eagles few at Masters

...came early at Augusta National Golf Club.On the afternoon of April 7, 1935, Gene Sarazen was chasing clubhouse leader Craig Wood. Sarazen trailed by three shots with just four holes to play and needed a miraculous finish to catch Wood.After a...

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