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The Week April 3-9
April 16, 2001
The word Slam echoed in the pines, but the Masters was won, as it often is, by the man who seemed the most serene over 72 holes. Not that anyone was fooled. There is an almost combustible desire to make history in Tiger Woods. You could see it, at the end, in that one exultant gesture, his arm shooting skyward like an exclamation point. "If this isn't Grand," his expression shouted, "what is?"
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April 16, 2001

The Week April 3-9

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UP and Down

Tiger Slam

Slamming four straight

Five straight majors

Nelson's streak

David Duval

Greg Norman

Longer Masters telecast

Longer Masters course

Nonwound

Wound

The word Slam echoed in the pines, but the Masters was won, as it often is, by the man who seemed the most serene over 72 holes. Not that anyone was fooled. There is an almost combustible desire to make history in Tiger Woods. You could see it, at the end, in that one exultant gesture, his arm shooting skyward like an exclamation point. "If this isn't Grand," his expression shouted, "what is?"

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