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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Mike Weir
David Hearn huddled with Mike Weir at the Canadian Open about learning from near-misses.
The two unlikely sudden-death playoff opponents in the 2003 Masters Tournament were at the center of the golf world when they walked onto the 10th tee of the Augusta National Golf Club late on a Sunday afternoon to settle the issue with a 73rd hole.
The two unlikely sudden-death playoff opponents in the 2003 Masters Tournament walked onto the 10th tee of Augusta National Golf Club late Sunday afternoon to settle the issue with a 73rd hole.
“The key is getting it in the fairway,” said Mike Weir, the 2003 Masters champion, who birdied the hole Friday.
“It’s not as serious as you think it is,” said Mike Weir, who won the Masters in 2003.