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Golf Australia Express : April 2014
I F Australia's golf-loving public didn't immediately know that Adam Scott had just become the first Australian to win the Masters, the builders putting the finishing touches on my neighbour's garage at the time certainly did. Having awoken in the wee hours to ensure not a moment of that final round was missed, I rode every dimple roll from my bed, alternating between the edge of the mattress and the foetal position, depending on Angel Cabrera's mood for terrorising Australians. Things got so heated as Jason Day fell away and Scott emerged that opening a window became a necessity. So it was a friendly local construction crew that bore the full force of the celebration as Scott's putt at the 18th hole curled around the cup and dropped in. Two of them knocked on the gate to check that the apocalypse wasn't occurring. They stuck around for the show and watched on through the window as history was made. They'll never forget that overcast Melbourne morning, and neither will I. OTG Where were you when Adam Scott won The Masters? Tell us. OTG's senior writer Adrian Ballantyne relives that historic morning. With his 2013 Masters win, Adam Scott ended Australian golf's greatest curse. Here are five others that stood the test of time in the sporting world. BOSTON RED SOX SOCCEROOS WIMBLEDON MADDEN NFL SOUTHS/ SYDNEY SWANS BUT OF CURSE...