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- In 2013 Adam Scott won the Masters in a playoff over 2009 champion Ángel Cabrera, making him the first Australian to win the tournament.
- During his singles match against 2007 U.S. Open Champion Ángel Cabrera, he wore a pair of swimming goggles.
- He finished runner-up to Ángel Cabrera in the 2014 Greenbrier Classic after shooting a 9-under-par 61 in the final round.
- Ángel Cabrera overcame a final-round 61 from George McNeill for his third PGA Tour win.
- However, former champion Ángel Cabrera produced an excellent approach and subsequently also birdied the 72nd hole to tie Scott for the lead at −9, leading to a sudden-death playoff.
- In the third round, Day was tied for the lead through 16 holes but bogeyed the last two holes to shoot a 73 and finish two shots behind Brandt Snedeker and Ángel Cabrera.
- The event featured the four major winners of 2009, Glover, Ángel Cabrera, Stewart Cink and Y. E. Yang.
- In 2008 he overtook fellow Argentine Ángel Cabrera to become the highest ranked South American golfer for a short period until he was surpassed by Camilo Villegas of Colombia.
- Campbell finished as a runner-up at the 2009 Masters, after losing in a three man sudden-death playoff, involving Ángel Cabrera and Kenny Perry.
- This resulted in a sudden-death playoff with Ángel Cabrera and Chad Campbell.
- Ángel Cabrera had a chance to join the clubhouse lead but lipped out a birdie putt on 18.
- Golf and tennis are also very popular; notable players that started playing in Córdoba include Ángel "Pato" Cabrera and Eduardo "Gato" Romero in golf and David Nalbandian in tennis.
- Defending champion Ángel Cabrera shot 79 (+8).
- In 2001, Ángel Cabrera set the course record of 60 in the final round, and also equalled the tournament record aggregate score of 270, set by Ángel Franco in 1992.
- Among them are ATP and professional golfer Ángel Cabrera.
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