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I Was There | 1979 Masters Tournament

Ed Sneed’s final round at the 1979 Masters remains one of the game’s most memorable collapses

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Cinderella Story

By Holly Bird

I find myself more saddened than I expected over the news today that Harold Ramis died. I only knew him for a few months in the summer of 1979, when I was eighteen years old and following him around with a clipboard, wearing his viewfinder on a lanyard around my neck.

I was home in Ft.

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I Was There| 1989 Walker Cup Match

Appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of LINKS.

By Jay Sigel

Going into the final afternoon singles matches of the 1989 Walker Cup Match at Peachtree Golf Club in Atlanta, the U.S.

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I Was There | 2003 Presidents Cup

Appeared in Fall 2013 LINKS

By Ricci Roberts

There’s not much I haven’t seen in 30 years as a caddie, but the 2003 Presidents Cup in South Africa—the country where I grew up—was the most bizarre finish to a competition I can recall.

After 34 matches over four days at The Links at Fancourt, the score was tied at 17. Unlike in the Ryder Cup, where the defending champion retains the trophy after a tie, Presidents Cup rules at the time called for deadlocks to be broken by a sudden-death playoff between two players “in the envelope”—meaning they had been preselected by their respective captains, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus.

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