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Caddies take a break during the 1989 Masters Tournament. (Photo by File)
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Golfer Sam Snead at the Masters Tournament. (Photo by File)
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Caddy Willie Peterson during the 1976 Masters Tournament. (Photo by File)
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Jack Nicklaus during the 1976 Masters. (Photo by File)
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Gary Player (left) and Fuzzy Zoeller (right). (Photo by Lee Downing)
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Jack Nicklaus during the 1969 Masters Tournament. (Photo by File)
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Bruce Devlin and his caddy during the 1969 Masters Tournament. (Photo by File)
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Gary Player with his caddy. (Photo by Lee Downing)
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Jack Nicklaus and Willie Peterson. (Photo by John Rinehart)
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Jack Nicklaus and caddy Willie Peterson, Masters 1966. (Photo by File)
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Gary Player with his caddy. (Photo by Lee Downing)
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Gary Player (left) with caddies and unidentified golfer at Masters. (Photo by File)
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Charles Coody, left, the 1971 Masters champion, with his caddie Walter " Cricket" Pritchett. Cricket wore the towel under his cap to disguise himself when the CBS-TV cameras televised the final round of the tournament. Cricket skipped out on his job as a bus driver in Atlanta to caddie, telling his bosses he needed to visit his sick grandmother in Houston. (Photo by File)
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Golf Caddy Willie Frank (Dead Man) Perteet (Photo by File)
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Arnold Palmer (hands on waist) argues a rules point at the 12th hole after his ball became embedded in the mud during final round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in August, Ga., April 6, 1958. The final ruling gave the 28-year-old Palmer, of Latrobe, Pa., a three on the hole and 73 round for 284 total. The others from left, are, Ken Venturi an unidentified official Bobby Jones, president of the Augusta National Golf Club; Clifford Roberts co-founder, gold committee chairman and an unidentified caddy. (Photo by File)
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Johnny Miller (Photo by Lee Downing)
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Fuzzy Zoeller's caddy Jariah cleans the winners clubs after victorious round. (Photo by File)
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1961 Masters winner Gary Player (Photo by File)
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Sam Snead winner Masters 1949. (Photo by File)
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Gene Sarazen, left, is congratulated by Craig Wood of N.J., at the end of their 36-hole playoff game of the Masters Championship at Augusta National Golf Club, Ga., on April 8, 1935. Sarazen won 144 to 149. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W.VA., drives from second tee during opening round of Masters Golf Tournament April 8, 1954 in Augusta Ga.. Center background is Jimmy Demaret, Kiameshe Lake, N.Y. (AP Photo)
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Golfer Sam Snead bends his knees and urges the ball on after putting on the 16th hole in the Masters golf playoff with Ben Hogan, April 12, 1954. Snead had a par 3 on the hole and went on to beat Hogan by one stroke with a 70. (AP Photo)
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Golfer Gene Sarazen, center, receives a check for $500 for winning the Augusta National Tournament in Augusta, Ga., on April 8, 1935. Sarazen beat Craig Wood, right to win the tournament. Grantland Rice on the extreme left is presenting the check. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead kicks out one foot and leaps for joy as his putt drops in for a par four on the sixth hole during the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 5, 1952. (AP PhotoHorace Cort)
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Gene Sarazen, right, putts out on the last green and defeats Craig Wood, looking on at left, in a playoff during the Masters Championship at the Augusta National Golf Club, Ga., on April 8, 1935. They tied in the final round, and in the playoff Sarazen scored 144 to 149 for Wood. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead hits from the rough along No 7 fairway in his Masters Tournament playoff with Ben Hogan at Augusta National Golf Club, Ga., on April 12, 1954. Snead recovered to make a par 4 on the 365-yard hole. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead drives off the 2nd tee in the playoff during the Masters Championship at Augusta National Golf Club, Ga., on April 12, 1954. Snead won by one stroke with a 70. Seated at left is Horton Smith, president of the PGA. (AP Photo)
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Bobby Jones, right, presents the silver cup trophy to Billy Joe Patton after he took top Amateur honors in the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on April 11, 1954. Patton fell one stroke short of tying for first place with 289 and joining the playoff between Sam Snead, wearing hat, and Ben Hogan, center. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W.VA., left, is congratulated by Bobby Jones after winning 18 home Masters Tournament playoff in Augusta, Ga., April 13, 1954. The West Virgina slammer shot a 70 to beat Ben Hogan by one point. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer obliges the kids with autographs following practice round for the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga. on April 8, 1964. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead, left, shakes hands with Ben Hogan after Snead won the Masters in Augusta, Ga., April 12, 1954. (AP Photo)
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Wearing a flashy sweater and carrying a white visor, Arnold Palmer hurries off the 18th green after dropping a birdie putt for a 68 and a 7-under-par at the halfway mark of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Georgia on April 10, 1964. Palmer, who hasn’t won a tournament since October, birdied four of the last six holes. (AP Photo)
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Sam Snead does a dance on one foot as he misses a putt and an eagle on the 13th green in Augusta, Ga., at the Masters Tournament, April 4, 1952. He shot a birdie four and finished the round with a 67 to post the second round low score of 137. Man in foreground is unidentified. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Sam Snead, center, grins broadly as he answers questions from sports writers in the press tent after he won the Masters Golf Tourament, April 10, 1949, in Augusta, Georgia. (AP Photo/Rudolph Faircloth)
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Ralph Guldahl winner Masters 1939. (Photo by File)
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Arnold Palmer steps from under umbrella at second tee, remarked that the rain had stopped, then proceeded with second round of Masters Golf at Augusta, April 6, 1962. Partner in background is Charlie Coe. Palmer, a strong favorite and two strokes back at the start of the round, charged in to the lead with a string of birdies on the back nine. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer "spanks" his putter after a birdie putt failed to drop on the 9th hole during final round of the Masters Gold tournament at Augusta, Ga. April 13, 1964. Palmer won the event with a 276 12 strokes under par. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer, left, presents the ball he used in winning the Masters Golf playoff, April 9, 1962, in Augusta, Ga., to Bobby Jones, president of the Augusta National Club where the tournament was played. Behind them is Masters Tournament co-founder Clifford Roberts. (AP Photo)
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Both Arnold Palmer and his caddy throw themselves in to the act as Palmer's Eagle putt rolls close to the 13th cup but misses by inches in the final round of the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 13, 1964. Palmer won an unprecedented fourth Masters title. Caddy is unidentified. (AP Photo)
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Golfer Arnold Palmer, on the practice green for the National Open Golf Tournament opening, bandages his finger which he gashed taking luggage from his plane, Thursday, June 11, 1962, Oakmont, Pa. Palmer, who finished way off in the Thunderbird Tourney in Montclair, N.J. Palmer had three stitches put in the injured finger on his right hand. (AP Photo/Paul Vathis)
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Arnold Palmer follows through like a fastballer as he watches a birdie putt drop on the 4th green in Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Georgia on April 12, 1964. Palmer, bidding to become the first four-time Masters winner, carried a dwindling lead into the final nine with young Dave Marr closing the gap. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer flashes a broad grin April 7,1960 and points down the fairway after shooting from the third tee in Masters Golf opening round at Augusta, Ga. Palmer, from Ligonier, Pa. took an early lead with a five-under-par 67. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Arnold Palmer, left, gets the champion's medal and plaque from Art Wall Jr. after winning the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 10, 1960. Wall, defending champion, did not play due to a kidney ailment. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer hits from edge of woods at second fairway in April 7, 1962 third round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga. He led the field at the halfway mark. At right caddy wears no. 13. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer flashes a broad grin and points down the fairway after shooting from third tee in Masters Golf opener on April 7, 1960 in Augusta. Palmer, from Ligonier, Pa., took an early lead with a 67, five under par. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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President Dwight Eisenhower tees off at Augusta National Golf Club on April 11, 1960. Watching in background, left to right: Arnold Palmer, Cliff Roberts and Lt. Gen. Leonard Heaton. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer makes his final putt before his victory at the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., on April 10, 1960. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer, left, and Sam Snead rehash their third round play in the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in August, Ga., April 5, 1958. Palmer and Snead wound up in a tie for the lead with a 54 hole total of 211. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer, left, reaches out to accept congratulations from partner Billy Casper after winning the 24th Masters Golf Tournament, April 10, 1960 in Augusta, Ga. Palmer carded birdies on the last two holes for a two-under-par 70 and a 282 to nip Ken Venturi by a stroke. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Arnold Palmer has a big hug for his wife, Winnie, after winning the Masters Golf Tournament on April 10, 1960 in Augusta, Ga., with a final round 70 and a total 282. (AP Photo)
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President Dwight Eisenhower, right, pats Arnold Palmer on the shoulder as he congratulates him on winning the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, April 11, 1960 and says to him that he hears that he can putt pretty good also. Clifford Roberts, center, is Masters Tournament co-founder and an official at Augusta National Golf Club where Ike started a spring vacation by playing a round of golf with Palmer and Roberts. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer points to his first day low, 67, five-under-par, in the Masters Golf tournament, April 7, 1960. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Jack Nicklaus hits an iron shot during practice for the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga. on April 3, 1963. Watching closely at left are Arnold Palmer and Gary Player. The Big Three of Golf are favorites in the tourney, which begins tomorrow. (AP Photo)
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Jack Nicklaus watches closely as a putt rolls on first green during the fourth round of the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga. on April 7, 1963. Nicklaus, the U.S. Open Champion, won the Masters with a score of 286. (AP Photo)
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Jack Nicklaus touches his hat after putting out on the 18 in second round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on April 5, 1963. The 23-year-old went on to defeat Tony Lema with a score of 286. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer and his wife, Winnie, make a happy couple after the young Pennsylvania professional won the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 6, 1958. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Arnold Palmer, center standing with hands on hips, argues a rules point at the 12th hole after his ball became embedded in the mud during final round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in August, Ga., April 6, 1958. The final ruling gave the 28-year-old Palmer, of Latrobe, Pa., a three on the hole and a 73 round for a 284 total. The others (from left) are amateur golfer Ken Venturi; an unidentified official; Bobby Jones, president of the Augusta National Golf Club; Clifford Roberts, co-founder of the tournament; and an unidentified caddy. (AP Photo)
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Jack Nicklaus, left, gets a big hug from his father, Charles Nicklaus, after winning the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga. on April 7, 1963. (AP Photo)
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Jack Burke Jr., left, is congratulated by Bobby Jones after winning the 20th Masters Golf Tournament by one stroke at the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. At center is last year's champion Cary Middlecoff, who came in third place. Ken Venturi placed second. Burke, 33-year-old native of Fort Worth, Texas, won the tourney with a 72-hole total of 289. At left is Masters Tournament co-founder Clifford Roberts. (AP Photo)
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Ken Venturi, left, young amateur who led Masters Golf Tournament going into final round congratulates Jack Burke Jr., after his come from victory with a 289 total in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. (AP Photo)
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Jimmy Demaret, of Ojai, Calif., sinks a putt on the 17th green at the Augusta National Golf course on April 10, 1950. He posted a sub-par 69 to take his third Masters crown with a 269. Demaret is the only triple Masters winner to date. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Jimmy Demaret, favorite contender in the Masters Tournament this year, practices pulling rabbits out of the 18th hole at Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1950. Caddie is unidentified. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Jimmy Demaret points with his putter as he tells Carol Thomas of Atlanta, about his fourth round in the Masters here in Augusta, Ga., April 9, 1950. Demaret won his third Masters crown today. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Horton Smith is shown wielding a driver in a close up on the course at Augusta, Ga., during Masters Tournament, March 25, 1934. (AP Photo)
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Jack Burke Jr., Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., hits from under a dogwood tree along 15th fairway during final round of the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. Burke surged into the lead to win the event with a 72-hole total of 289 after front runner Cary Middlecoff and Ken Venturi faltered on last day. (AP Photo)
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Jack Burke Jr. reacts as his winning putt drops on the 18th hole in the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. At right, partner Mike Souchak spreads his arms and lets out a whoop. Burke closed fast on Cary Middlecoff and Ken Venturi to win with a total of 289. (AP Photo)
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A happy Jack Burke Jr., rushes off the green after sinking a final putt in the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Jack Burke Jr. is helped by Cary Middlecoff as he puts on the traditional coat after winning the 20th Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. Burke, 33-year-old native of Fort Worth, Texas, won the tourney by one stroke with a 72-hole total of 289. Middlecoff, last year's champion, came in third place. Ken Venturi placed second. Standing at right is Bobby Jones, and at left is Clifford Roberts, both co-founders of the Masters. (AP Photo)
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Horton Smith practices for the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., April 1, 1936. Horton won the first Masters tourney in 1934. (AP Photo)
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Herman Keiser sinks his last putt for a victory in the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., on April 7, 1946. (AP Photo)
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Gary Player reacts with a cheer as he drops a birdie putt on the sixth green in third round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on April 8, 1961. (AP Photo)
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From left to right: golfers Henry Picard, Charlie Yates, Fred Haas and Gene Sarazen, are seen March 30, 1937 at Augusta., Ga., where they were working out in preparation for the National Golf Tournament. (AP Photo/James Keen)
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Horton Smith, right, is congratulated by Bobby Jones after the Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga., March 25, 1934. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan holds his hands apart to illustrate to Herman Keiser, center, and Bobby Jones the 30-inch putt he missed on the 18th hole in his final round in the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., April 7, 1946. (AP Photo)
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Jimmy Demaret, right, and Lloyd Mangrum check scores after completing the third round of the Masters Golf tournament at Augusta, Ga., April 5, 1947. (AP Photo/Rudolph Faircloth)
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Bobby Jones, center, presents a plaque to Claude Harmon, right, after Harmon won the 12th annual Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga. on April 11, 1948. At left is Cary Middlecoff of Memphis, Tenn. who was second in the tournament. (AP Photo)
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Masters Tournament golf champ Doug Ford, left, gets assistance from Jack Burke Jr., as he slips into the traditional green jacket worn only by tournament winners, Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1957. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Bobby Jones, front left, retired amateur golfing champion and founder of the Masters, joins golfers Ben Hogan, right front, Jimmy Demaret and Byron Nelson, right rear, at the Masters Golf Tournament in 1947. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan of Palm Springs, Ca., sinks his putt on the 18th green to win the Masters Championship at Augusta National Golf Club, Ga., on April 12, 1953. Hogan won with a record breaking 274 for the 72 holes. (AP Photo)
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Gary Player chips up to the second green during the fourth round of the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 9, 1961. He went into the final round with a four-stroke lead over Arnold Palmer. (AP Photo/Perry Aycock)
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Gary Player chips on hole 3 in final round at the Masters Golf Championship at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on April 10, 1961. (AP Photo/Aycock)
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Golfers Ben Hogan, left and Byron Nelson are shown during the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on April 12, 1942, after they tied with a score of 280 at the conclusion of the 72-hole. The Texans willl compete for the title in the 18-hole match on April 13. Hogan made up a three stroke deficit in the final round to tie Nelson, who led at the three quarter mark. (AP Photo)
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Byron Nelson, from Reading Pa., who staged a sensational finish to win the Augusta National Golf Tournament, is shown receiving his check from Grantand Rice. Ralph Guldahl, left, and Ed Dudley, who finished second and third repectively look on April 4, 1937 in Augusta, Ga. Nelson shot a 283 for the 72 holes. (AP Photo)
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Cary Middlecoff slaps his leg as he holes out a short putt on the 18th green during the final round of the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 10, 1955. He shot a birdie 3 on the hole and a 2 below par 70 for a 279 total and first money. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Byron Nelson swings at the ball off the No. 1 tee as he starts play in the third day of the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 11, 1942. Byron shot a 72 to retain his lead at the three quarters mark with a total of 207. Three strokes behind was Ben Hogan with 210. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan of Palm Springs, Ca., points to the 139 laid out in golf balls indicating his two-day total in the Masters Golf Tournament being played at the National Augusta Golf Club, Ga., on April 11, 1953. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan, right center, lofts a 35-yard chip shot to within 8 inches of the pin, which he sank to win the Masters Golf Tournament with a four day total of 280 in Augusta, Ga., on April 8, 1951. A huge gallery followed the Bantam Texan all day at the Augusta National Golf Club. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan drives from No. 3 tee in the first round of the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. on April 9, 1953. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan, Palm Springs, Ca., gets off a good drive from the fifth tee as he plays the front nine of the Augusta National Golf Club during the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., on April 11, 1953. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan, Palm Springs, Ca., holds his putter straight up as he watches his ball roll for the cup on the 15th green at the Augusta National Golf Club on April 11, 1953. Hogan entered the 3rd round of The Masters golf tournament with a low 139. His 66, six-under-par, gives him still a low score of 205. Hogan went on to win the championship title. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan, of Ft. Worth, Texas, chips out of the crowd to the 7th green after his approach shot rolled from the green and stopped five feet into the spectators in third round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on April 7, 1951. Hogan bogied the par-4 hole, his second in a row. (AP Photo)
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Art Wall Jr. points to his name on the plaque he received after winning the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusts, Ga., April 5, 1959. At left is Bobby Jones, golfing great and president of the Augusta National and at right is Cliff Roberts, tournament chairman. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Art Wall Jr. throws down club and leaps over to retrieve ball from cup on 18th green after putting out in the final round of Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga., April 5, 1959. He fired a 66 for a total 284 to win the tournament. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Golfer Ben Hogan is shown in this 1951 photo. (AP Photo)
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Ben Hogan, right center, strokes a short putt on the 18th green as he completes the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga., on April 8, 1951. The Fort Worth sharpshooter shot a four under par 68 to bring his four day total to 280 to win the tournament. A huge gallery followed him all day at the Augusta National Golf Club. At left is Lew Worsham, Jr. (AP Photo)
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Golfer Ben Hogan drives from a sand trap during the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, GA on April 9, 1951. (AP Photo)
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Four competitiors survey the Augusta National Golf Club course as they start a practice round in preparation for the 15th annual Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga. on April 4, 1951. From left, Ben Hogan, Hershey, Pa., Juan Seguar, Buenas Aires, Argentina, Jimmy Demaret, Ojai, Ca., three time winner of the Masters title and defending champion, and Roberto de Vicinzo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. (AP Photo)
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Tiger Woods puts the Green Jacket on 1998 Masters winner Mark O'Meara. (Photo by Ron Cockerille)
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Sandy Lyle puts the Green Jacket on Nick Faldo. (Photo by Eric Olig)
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Winner Larry Mize (right) tries on the Masters green jacket with the help of runner-up and 6-times Masters winner Jack Nicklaus after the 1987 Masters Tournament. Photo taken at sunset. (Photo by File)
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Augusta National Chairman Hord Hardin puts the Green Jacket on NIck Faldo after he won his second consecutive Masters tournament. (Photo by Margaret Sellers)
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Ian Woosnam (front) acknowledges the crowd during the 1991 Green Jacket ceremony Nick Faldo, who had failed in his attempt to win three consecutive Masters tournaments, stand behind. (Photo by Margaret Sellers)
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Larry Mize puts the Green Jacket on 1988 Masters winner Sandy Lyle. (Photo by Rudy Nyhoff)
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Masters champion Ben Crenshaw tries on the green jacket with a helping hand from the 1994 winner, Jose Maria Olazabal. (Photo by Margaret Sellers)
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1982 Masters winner Craig Stadler receives his Green Jacket from Tom Watson. (Photo by Chuck Bigger)
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Fuzzy Zoeller (L) watches Seve Ballesteros at the green jacket ceremony. (Photo by Larry Grayam)
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1983 Masters winner Seve Ballesteros receives his Green Jacket from Craig Stadler (Photo by File)
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1985 Masters winner Bernhard Langer receives his Green Jacket from Ben Crenshaw. (Photos by Mark Phillips)
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Bernhard Langer (left), 1985 Masters winner, helps Jack Nicklaus into his Masters green jacket in 1986 after he defeated Greg Norman and Tom Kite for his 6th Masters win. (Photo by File)
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1981 Masters winner Tom Watson receives his Green Jacket from Seve Ballesteros (Photo by File)
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Jack Nicklaus (right) shakes hands with Charles Coody (left), 1972. (Photo by File)
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Ray Floyd accepts his green jacket from Jack Nicklaus in 1976. (Photo by Lee Downing)
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Tommy Aaron recieves his green jacket from Jack Nicklaus in 1973. (Photo by File)
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Fuzzy Zoeller puts on his green jacket after the 1979 Masters golf tournament. Arnold Palmer (R) and Gary Player look on approvingly. (Photo by File)
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1978 Masters winner Gary Player receives his Green Jacket from Tom Watson (Photo by File)
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Raymond Floyd (L) and Tom Watson at the Masters Green Jacket ceremony 1977 (Photo by Lee Downing)
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Sam Snead, left, shakes hands with Ben Hogan after Snead won the Masters in Augusta, Ga., April 12, 1954. (AP Photo)
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1969 Masters winner George Archer receives his Green Jacket. (Photo by File)
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Gay Brewer puts the Green Jacket on 1968 Masters winner Bob Goalby. (Photo by File)
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Billy Casper holds Masters winner Charles Cody's hand. (Photo by Lee Downing)
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1970 Masters winner Billy Casper receives his Green Jacket from George Archer. (Photo by File)
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FILE -- Arnold Palmer, left, 1964 Masters champion, helps Jack Nicklaus into the traditional green jacket after Nicklaus' nine-stroke victory at Augusta National Golf Club, in this April 11, 1965 photo. (AP Photo)
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Jack Burke Jr. is helped by Cary Middlecoff as he puts on the traditional coat after winning the 20th Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956. Burke, 33-year-old native of Fort Worth, Texas, won the tourney by one stroke with a 72-hole total of 289. Middlecoff, last year's champion, came in third place. Ken Venturi placed second. Standing at right is Bobby Jones, founder of the Masters. (AP Photo)
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FILE - In this file photo taken Apriil 10, 1994, Jose-Maria Olazabal of Spain, right, smiles as he puts on his 1994 Masters green jacket with the help of Bernhard Langer, the 1993 Masters champion, at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Olazabal was elected Wednesday, May 20, 2009, on the International ballot with 56 percent of the vote, joining Seve Ballesteros as the only Spaniards in the shrine. He will be inducted Nov. 2, 2009, at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)
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Masters Tournament golf champ Doug Ford, left, gets assistance from Jack Burke Jr., as he slips into the traditional green jacket worn only by tournament winners, Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1957. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)
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Arnold Palmer, left, gets the champion's medal and plaque from Art Wall after winning the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., April 10, 1960. Wall, defending champion, did not play due to a kidney ailment. (AP Photo)
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Bob Jones, president of Augusta National Golf Club, left, presents a plaque to Jimmy Demaret, center, as amateur Frank Stranahan, at right, looks on April 9, 1950 at the Augusta, Ga. Demaret posted 283 to top Jim Ferrier to win the tournament. With this win, Demaret became the Masters' first three-time winner. (AP Photo)
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Arnold Palmer, left, presents the ball he used in winning the Masters Golf playoff, April 9, 1962, in Augusta, Ga., to Bobby Jones, president of the Augusta National Club where the tournament was played. (AP Photo)
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Ben Crenshaw, right, winner of the 1984 Masters Golf title, receives the Masters "Green Jacket" from last years winner Seve Ballesteros. The ceremonies followed Crenshaw's winning the tourney Sunday, April 15, 1984 at the Augusta National Golf Club. (AP Photo)
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Fred Couples, right, slips on the traditional Masters green jacket with the help of last year's winner, Ian Woosnam, after winning the 1992 Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Sunday, April 13, 1992. (AP Photo/Bill Waugh)
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Masters champion Nick Faldo gets help from last years Masters winner Ben Crenshaw as he puts on the 1996 Green Jacket at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Sunday , April 14, 1996. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)
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Gary Player of South Africa checks his sleeve length of the Masters Tournament green jacket after he won the Masters at Augusta, Ga., April 14, 1974. Tommy Aaron, 1973's Masters champion, helps Player on with the coat as Clifford Roberts, left, chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club, watches. (AP Photo)
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Gay Brewer grins as Jack Nicklaus helps him into his traditional green Blazer after winning the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. on April 9, 1967. Defending champion Nicklaus failed to qualify after the first 36 holes. Brewer wound up the tourney with 73-68-72-67-280. (AP Photo)
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Germany's Bernhard Langer celebrates his 1993 Masters Tournament win after getting his "Green Jacket" at the Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta Georgia on April 11, 1993. (AP Photo)
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Golfer Tommy Jacobs watches his caddy get his ball from the top of the tree on the fourth hole during the 1964 Masters Tournament. (Photo by File)
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Jimmy Demaret, 1940 Masters Champion. (Photo by File)

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