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Golf Australia Express : April 2014
This week marks 10 years since PHIL MICKELSON won his first major — the 2004 Masters Tournament. We take a look back at that fateful day in Augusta and how Lefty finally got it done on the big stage. I T’S hard to say what sticks firmer in the mind: Phil Mickelson’s Masters win in 2004 or the image of the White Men Can’t Jump celebration he performed when that final putt rolled in. Ten years have passed since Lefty finally broke his major hoodoo and shed the “best never to have won one” tag. No one will ever forget that day, due both to his dramatic 18th-hole heroics and also to the 12 fruitless years that came before it. Facing a red-hot Ernie Els, who’d already cracked two eagles in a withering mid- round burst to take the Masters lead, the masters rewind Phil's 1st Words by Adrian Ballantyne