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On this day, April 14, in Sports Odds History...
1996 (Golf): Englishman Nick Faldo shoots a find round 67 (-5) to overcome a 6-shot deficit to Australian Greg Norman and wins the Masters for a 3rd time. Norman, who shot 78 (+6) in the final round, entered the tournament as the favoirte at +900 while Faldo was the second favorite along with South African Ernie Els at +1200. It was the 6th and final major title for Faldo.
2002 (Golf): Tiger Woods joins Jack Nicklaus and Nick Faldo as the onlys players to win back-back Masters as he finishes 3 strokes ahead of South African Retief Goosen. Prior to the start of the tournament, Woods was the overwhelming favorite at +200.
2019 (Golf): Tiger Woods captures his 15th major title and first one in 11 years with a 1 stroke victory over Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnosn and Xander Schauffele. Woods was +1200 entering the tournament and +300 entering the final round. Italian Francesco Molinari held a 2-stroke lead after 54 holes and was +175 to win the tournament. He went onto shoot 74 (+2) while Woods shot 70 (-2) in the final round, which saw tee times moved up and players grouped into threesomes due to the threat of afternoon thunderstorms. Augusta National avoided a Monday finish for the first time since 1983.
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