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Mike Weir
Michael Bamberger
December 29, 2003
MASTERS CHAMPIONNo Canadian, much less a left handed one, had won a Grand Slam event until Mike Weir made a six-footer for par on the 72nd hole of the Masters to tie Len Mattiace, then beat him with a tap-in bogey on the first playoff hole, Augusta's 10th. "Growing up," said Weir of days pounding frosty balls into Lake Huron, "I started my season on the putting green of Huron Park, sinking a putt to win the Masters."
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December 29, 2003

Mike Weir

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MASTERS CHAMPION
No Canadian, much less a left handed one, had won a Grand Slam event until Mike Weir made a six-footer for par on the 72nd hole of the Masters to tie Len Mattiace, then beat him with a tap-in bogey on the first playoff hole, Augusta's 10th. "Growing up," said Weir of days pounding frosty balls into Lake Huron, "I started my season on the putting green of Huron Park, sinking a putt to win the Masters."

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