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4/12/04 -- Candie Kung scooped up her first career LPGA tournament win last year at the LPGA Takefuji Classic at The Las Vegas Country Club, and she would like nothing more than to hit the golfing jackpot again and go back-to-back at the $1.1 million event.
4/12/04 -- Final scores and earnings from the 2004 Masters won by Phil Mickelson.
4/12/04 -- Davis Love III still doesnt have a green jacket, but he will have an opportunity to earn his sixth plaid jacket this week. Love leads a pack of 37 players who make the short drive from Augusta, Ga.
4/11/04 -- Phil Mickelson drained a downhill, 18-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole Sunday to win his first major championship, the 68th Masters at Augusta National.
4/11/04 -- From one lefthander to another, Mike Weir slid the green jacket over the shoulders of Phil Mickelson. Mickelson shot 5-under 31 on the back nine Sunday to win the 68th Masters Tournament.
4/11/04 -- A case of the stomach flu was only part of what had Tiger Woods feeling puny Sunday. For the second straight year, the world's best player was barely a factor in the Masters.
By KRAIG KANN
Here we go again. Weve strapped ourselves in. Weve taken our motion sickness pills. And weve been warned by our doubters.
4/11/04 -- K.J. Choi's shot bounced a couple of times, then rolled and rolled and finally dropped straight into the cup.
4/11/04 -- The green jacket is going to someone else. Still, nobody can say they had a better finish at the Masters than amateur Casey Wittenberg.
4/11/04 -- Standing on the putting green, Ernie Els felt helpless as he watched Phil Mickelson celebrate. With a dejected flip of his putter, he walked away, another chance at the Masters gone.
4/10/04 -- Make way on the Masters leaderboard. Here come Paul Casey and Bernhard Langer - and they're bringing Kirk Triplett and Fredrik Jacobson along for the ride.
4/10/04 -- When Ernie Els didn't get the ruling he wanted, he went straight to the top - and he got his way. Els parlayed that good break into a bogey, en route to a round of 1-under-par 71.
4/10/04 -- Phil Mickelson salvaged par after hitting into the gallery on the final hole Saturday at the Masters, pumping his fist when his 10-foot putt dropped into the cup for a bogey-free 69 and a share of the lead with Chris DiMarco.
4/10/04 -- There were moments when Tiger Woods looked like he had never played at the Masters, let alone won it three times.
4/10/04 -- Trying to figure out which Phil Mickelson would show up has been a plot line at every major since he turned pro in 1992, a year after creating unreasonably high expectations by winning a PGA Tour event while still a junior in college
By GEORGE WHITE
4/10/04 - Arnold Daniel Palmer played his last competitive round at the Masters Friday.
4/10/04 -- Justin Rose somehow managed a smile on what will certainly go down as one of the most wretched days ever at the Masters.
4/9/04 -- Tiger Woods came back Friday morning to make his first and only birdie of the round and finish at 3-over-par 75. It was his fifth straight round over par in the majors
4/9/04 -- Justin Rose followed his opening 67 with a 1-under 71 Friday to remain atop the leaderboard after two rounds of the 68th Masters. He stands at 6 under.
By KATHERINE ROBERTS
The top of the backswing is a complicated series of biomechanical movements and requires a significant amount of rotation or turn between the shoulders and hips.

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