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Sentences

Sentences for2001 Masters Tournament

  • When Woods won the 2001 Masters, he became the only player to win four consecutive major professional golf titles, although not in the same calendar year.Tiger Woods-Wikipedia
  • In 2001, the course measured 6925 yd and was extended to 7270 yd for 2002, and again in 2006 to 7445 yd; 520 yd longer than the 2001 course.Masters Tournament-Wikipedia
  • His final Masters was in 2001 at age 78; he withdrew after an opening-hole double-bogey and was asked not to participate in future tournaments.Doug Ford (golfer)-Wikipedia
  • This was the first major to have a five-figure winner's share; six figures arrived at the 1983 PGA Championship and seven at the 2001 Masters.1958 Masters Tournament-Wikipedia
  • Placing fourth with a 10-under par at the 2009 Masters, he tied Toshimitsu Izawa (2001) for the best showing of a Japanese golfer at the tournament.Shingo Katayama-Wikipedia
  • For the week, he recorded 28 birdies, three more than the previous tournament record set by Mickelson in 2001.2015 Masters Tournament-Wikipedia

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