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Masters 2004 - Mickelson (Video)

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The official film of the Masters 2004.

Phil Mickelson wasn't going to let this one get away. "I knew it was my day," he said, and then he went out and made sure it was.

Phil Mickelson shot a final-round 69 on Sunday to win the Masters Tournament by one shot with a 9-under-par 279 total and bring to a fitting conclusion a remarkable week at Augusta National Golf Club.

Mickelson etched a spot for himself in Masters history when he shot 31 on the back nine - the lowest final round back nine by a winner since Jack Nicklaus shot 30 in 1986.

Mickelson is the second consecutive left-hander to win the Green Jacket, succeeding Canadian Mike Weir. He arrived at the 72nd hole of the tournament needing a par to tie Els for the title and a birdie 3 to win it. He used a 3-wood off the tee, found the fairway, and hit his approach shot directly over the flagstick, some 18 feet beyond the hole. He made the birdie putt for the victory.

"In the past 10 years, to come so close so many times, to have had putts made on me in the last holes to lose by a shot, to have had good last rounds fall short, to have bad last rounds and fall short, to have it be such a difficult journey to win my first major makes it that much more special - sweeter," Mickelson said. "Winning this tournament, the reason it's so special is that now I get to be a part of this great event for the rest of my life. I'll be back here every first week of April and I will look forward to this tournament every year for the rest of my life."

Els played brilliantly, too. He went out in 34 and was 6-under-par over the final 12 holes. He shot 280. Korea's K.J. Choi was third at 282 on the strength of a final round 69, which included an eagle 2 on the 11th hole. Sergio Garcia of Spain posted the best round of the championship, 66, to tie for fourth with two-time winner Bernhard Langer (72) at 285.

Before Mickelson moved to centre stage, Masters week honoured the legendary Arnold Palmer, a four-time winner who played in his 50th and final appearance at Augusta National Golf Club.

Justin Rose had raised British hopes by leading the tournament on both the first and second days, but after a disastrous third day, he recovered gamely to finish 16th - his final round including a sensational chip in for an eagle on the eighth hole.

All the highlights from the 2004 Masters are included on this official Video.


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