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Masters Tournament
March 22, 1934 Play begins at the first Augusta National Invitational Tournament, later the Masters.
  Bobby Jones
  City of Augusta, Georgia
  Masters Tournament
March 25, 1934 Horton Smith wins the Augusta National. Bobby Jones finishes 13th, his best showing ever.
  City of Augusta, Georgia
  Masters Tournament
April 2, 1939 Ralph Guldahl won the Masters in Augusta nine strokes under par.
  Masters Tournament
April 12, 1948 Tying the course record, Georgian Claude Harmon wins the Masters at Augusta
  City of Augusta, Georgia
  Masters Tournament
April 6, 1958 Arnold Palmer wins the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. It is his first "major" tournament win.
  Masters Tournament
April 9, 1973 Georgian Tommy Aaron wins the Masters in Augusta
  City of Augusta, Georgia
  Masters Tournament
April 14, 2002 Tiger Woods wins his second consecutive and third overall Masters Tournament in Augusta
  City of Augusta, Georgia
  Masters Tournament
April 11, 2004 Phil Mickelson wins the Masters.
  Mickelson defeats Els to capture the Masters
  Masters Tournament
April 7, 2005 2005 Masters Tournament, Augusta, Georgia
April 10, 2005
  2005 Masters Tournament
  Masters Tournament
April 9, 2006 Phil Mickleson shoots a 3-under round at Augusta National to win his 2nd green jacket
  2006 Masters Tournament
  Masters Tournament
May 9, 2006 Phil Mickelson wins the Masters Tournament in Augusta
  Masters Tournament


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