Key anniversaries at the Masters
won. --- 25 years ago (1989): Nick Faldo rallied from five shots back in the ..... second extra hole against Scott Hoch. Faldo had to return Sunday morning due to ..... and it paid off. In the playoff, Faldo hit into a bunker on No. 10 and made
The 5 biggest heartaches at the Masters
for a 69 and headed for a sudden-death playoff with Nick Faldo . The playoff began on the 10th hole, with an advantage ..... record by blowing a six-shot lead in the final round to Nick Faldo . Ten years earlier, Norman ran off four straight birdies
When the drama is missing for a rise to No. 1
The alternative is to follow what Nick Faldo , Ian Woosnam and Lee Westwood did ..... there. That includes Woods - twice. Faldo won the Masters and British Open ..... ranking moved at the speed of Kevin Na. Faldo injured his wrist at the PGA Championship
Masters, Trivia Quiz
the green jacket himself? a.) Jack Nicklaus b.) Nick Faldo c.) Tiger Woods --- 6. Name the Masters champion ..... who started the final round outside the top 10. a.) Nick Faldo b.) Art Wall c.) Gene Sarazen --- 13. What previously
Watson's wayward drive at 15 costs him dearly
has made major contributions to the game as its honoree each year. The 2015 honoree is six-time major champion Nick Faldo . Faldo won three British Opens and three Masters Tournaments between 1987 and 1995 - four of them by a single stroke or
Scott flails with putter, falls from leaderboard
defending Masters champion is trying to become the fourth to don consecutive green jackets. Jack Nicklaus (1965-66), Nick Faldo (1989-90) and Tiger Woods (2001-02) accomplished the feat. By the time Scott teed off in the third round, the
Furyk, Martin join Choi atop leaderboard
Friday's rain and shot a 68 while Choi finished Friday. Those missing the 4-over cut included Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson, five-time champion Davis Love III and CBS Sports analyst Nick Faldo , playing here for the first time since 2006.
Column: Maybe Woods wasn't built for the distance.
Nelson never won another after 33; Arnold Palmer, 34; and Walter Hagen, 36. Gary Player won only one after 38 and Nick Faldo his last at 39. Ben Hogan was an outlier, winning into his early 40s. Nicklaus, the one that always mattered most
Strange still the last player to win back-to-back
But I'm not rooting against somebody.'' Strange won his first U.S. Open in 1988 at The Country Club, beating Nick Faldo in a playoff. A year later, he was three shots out of the lead going into the final round at Oak Hill when Tom Kite
Pressel falters late, trails Lee by 1 at Founders Cup
critically ill service members and their families. She shot 73. ... The scoring average was 70.863. The Arnold Palmer-designed front nine played to an average of 35.917 and the Nick Faldo -designed back nine to an average of 34.946.