Masters set for fitting finale
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- At 4:52 p.m. Masters Standard Time on Saturday, the ground shook, the pines covered their ears and scoreboard operators all across Augusta National reached for more red numbers.
Phil Mickelson was tied for the lead!
For about 24 minutes.
And then an ego-free Swede named Peter Hanson, whose own country club in Orlando won't talk about him, moved ahead. He was joined by Louis Oosthuizen, who has a Claret Jug and a last name with seemingly 1,000 incorrect pronunciations.
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THE LAST GREAT GAME
March 28, 1992. The final of the NCAA East Regional, Duke vs. Kentucky. The 17,848 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia and the millions watching on TV had no idea what was about to take place. Gene Wojciechowski's The Last Great Game is the definitive book on the greatest game in the history of college basketball, and the dramatic road both teams took to get there.