Nicklaus Masters Augusta, sets records
April 11, 1965
Conquering the course and his competitors, Jack Nicklaus has a ball at The Masters. His final-round 69 gives him a 17-under-par 271 and a nine-stroke victory, both records at the Augusta National Golf Club.
"I've never played golf like this before," says Nicklaus, who takes only 123 putts in the four rounds in winning his second Masters at the age of 25. "This was my best putting tournament."
Bobby Jones, the only Grand Slam winner and a founder of ...
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