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No drama, no thrills, just Tiger repeating at the Masters

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Promise and potential didn't equate to reality Sunday in Augusta, Ga.

With six of the top seven-ranked players in the world in contention, Tiger Woods surprisingly eased into the green jacket for the third time.

Woods wasn't spectacular, but didn't need to be in shooting 1-under 71 to successfully defend his title in the 66th Masters Tournament. Woods, who recorded his first of now seven major championships here in 1997, finished the 2002 edition at 12-under-par 276.

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