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  • GOLF; 2003 Masters: Major Championship and Major Brouhaha . . .
    A version of this article appears in print on April 7, 2003, on Page D00001 of the National edition with the headline: GOLF; 2003 Masters: Major Championship and Major Brouhaha
  • 2003 Masters Tournament - Wikipedia
    The 2003 Masters Tournament was the 67th Masters Tournament, held April 11–13 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia Mike Weir won his only major title in a one-hole playoff over Len Mattiace He was the first Canadian to win a major, and also the first left-handed player to win the Masters
  • Chronological list of mens major golf champions - Wikipedia
    (Note: The Masters did not exist until 1934, making it impossible for golfers before that time to win a 'grand slam ' Bobby Jones won the U S and British Amateurs and Opens, making him the first 'grand slam' winner
  • Golf Major Championships - Loren Roberts
    Extensive cross-referenced listing of professional golf major winners and host courses
  • Golf Major Championships - United States
    Extensive cross-referenced listing of professional golf major winners and host courses
  • Masters Tournament | Golf Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
    The Masters Tournament, also known as The Masters (sometimes referred to as The U S Masters outside of the United States) is one of the four major championships in professional golf Scheduled for the first full week of April, it is the first of the majors to be played each year
  • 2003 Masters Tournament - The Full Wiki
    The 2003 Masters Tournament was the 67th Masters Tournament held from April 10-13 at Augusta National Golf Club Mike Weir won his first title in a one-hole playoff over Len Mattiace He was the first Canadian to win any of the four major championships, and he was also the first left-handed player to win the Masters
  • Golf Majors: Who Was Second? Quiz - By 3Stax
    Sports Quiz Golf Majors: Who Was Second? Random Sports or Golf Quiz 2004 Masters: Phil Mickelson: 2003 PGA Championship: Shaun Micheel: 2003 The Open Championship: Ben Curtis: 2003 U S Open : Jim Furyk: 2003 Masters: Mike Weir: Major Golfers Who Haven't Won a Major 12;













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