Description - Masters Annual by Augusta National Golf Club
The Official Commemorative Book Of The 2007 Masters Tournament Steady Zach Johnson, playing in only his third Masters Tournament, edged out Tiger Woods, Retief Goosen, and Rory Sabbatini by two strokes with a closing 3-under-par 69 to win the title. His 1-over-par 289 tied him with Sam Snead and Jack Burke Jr. for the highest winning score in Masters history. The faith and determination that propelled him through years of playing his way to golf's highest level had taken him to his first Masters victory. Now you can relive all the action of the 2007 Masters, including the thrilling victory by Zach Johnson, who, thanks to a cool head and skillful negotiation of the second nine, won his first Green Jacket.
Written from the golfers' perspectives and filled with stunning full-color photographs, the 2007 Masters Annual features revealing stories on the leading participants, a recap of the pre-Tournament Par 3 Contest, and a detailed account of each round as it unfolded, as well as: Details on how the 2007 Masters Invitees qualified Scores and stat leaders from each round Quotes from the participants Holes and Shots of the Day All-time scoring records Past Masters results and all-time Tournament participants Own the 2007 Masters Annual--you'll feel as if you're walking up the 18th fairway with the champion.
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(305mm x 241mm x 15mm)
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
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Augusta National Golf Club has been the home of the Masters since the Tournament was launched in 1934 by the legendary Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts. Over the next seventy-three years, the Tournament would become a storied leg of golf's Grand Slam, the Green Jacket would become one of the most enduring icons in sports, and Augusta National would become the home of some of golf's most historic endings.