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Augusta, Georgia, USA 08 Apr 2004 - 11 Apr 2004
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Record European Tour Entry for The Masters Tournament
The continuing strength and influence of The European Tour on a global stage is further emphasised this week when a record number of Members take up their invitations to compete in the 68th Masters Tournament - the first Major Championship of 2004.
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Find out which player has had the most wins, the largest winning margin or made the most cuts, as we highlight all the Facts & Figures from the year's first Major Championship 'The Masters Tournament'.
The 2004 Masters Tournament at Augusta will have a strong field competing for the coveted Green Jacket. Former Champions and European Tour Members Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle, José Maria Olazábal Vijay Singh and Ian Woosnam will take part alongside Canada's Mike Weir who will be looking to succesfully defend the title he won last year after a play-off with Len Mattiace. See the full list of invitees and how they secured their place at this year's first Major Championship.
Daly, Harrington and Singh - Pick of the Draw at Augusta National
American John Daly, Ireland’s Padraig Harrington and Vijay Singh of Fiji, three of the 30 European Tour Members in the field for the Masters Tournament, have been drawn together for the first two days at Augusta National.
Rose Leads as Europeans Rise to the Top in Masters
Justin Rose led a steady procession of European golfers towards springtime’s golfing summit as the Englishman, Germany’s Alex Cejka and José Maria Olazábal of Spain filled the first three places at the halfway stage of the 68th Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
Casey Steps up Challenge at Augusta as Els and Langer Join the Fray
Paul Casey of England emerged as Europe’s leading challenger for the coveted Green Jacket in the 68th Masters Tournament as first and second round leader, Justin Rose, slipped out of contention on a day of fluctuating fortunes for the leading contenders at Augusta National Golf Club.
Jacobson And Harrington Step Up Challenges At Augusta
Sweden’s Fredrik Jacobson and Irishman Padraig Harrington stepped up their challenges to be fitted for a certain Green Jacket at Augusta National when they fired 67 and 68 respectively to make mighty forward leaps in the 68th Masters Tournament.
Mickelson Slips on the Green Jacket at Last
American Phil Mickelson slipped on the coveted Green Jacket at Augusta National Golf Club after one of the most pulsating and exhilerating final days of the Masters Tournament for many years.Mickelson triumphed in his 47th attempt at capturing a Major Championship, holing an 18 feet birdie putt at the last to deny South Africa's Ernie Els.
Rose Blooms Among the Azaleas at Augusta National
England's Justin Rose bloomed among the azaleas and dogwood of Augusta National - opening and closing with a pair of birdies - for a five under par 67 to ensure a bright start to the 2004 Masters Tournament for The European Tour's record contingent. The first round was completed on Friday morning, with Rose holding a two stroke lead over the field.
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