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  • 2005 Masters DVD featuring Tiger Woods
    Item #: T7AM78
    Held every April in Augusta, Georgia, the Masters Tournament is the first and most prestigious of professional golf's four major championships. This official program recaps the highlights of the 2005 tournament, including coverage of Tiger Woods's tie-breaking victory; interviews with Woods and six-time winner Jack Nicklaus (who played his final Masters); exclusive footage not seen on television; and a broadcast of the Green Jacket ceremony.
    • $19.99
    • $9.97
  • 2002 Masters DVD featuring Tiger Woods
    Item #: T7AM77
    See the 2002 Masters exciting highlights with additional Special Features found only on DVD. They consist of Tiger Woods Champion's Press Conference, Arnold Palmer Press Conference, and a Complete Golf Course Fly-Over.

    Tiger Woods played steady, and sometimes spectacular golf to capture his third Masters. He joined Jack Nicklaus (1965-66) and Nick Faldo (1989-90) as the only players to successfully defend their title. Battling Woods was an all-star cast including Retief Goosen, Phil Mickelson, Jose Maria Olazabal, Ernie Els, Padraig Harrington, Vijay Singh and Sergio Garcia.

    The memories were bittersweet when Arnold Palmer announced this would be his last competitive Masters. Known simple as the King, Palmer won four Masters and thrilled countless patrons during his 48 consecutive appearances.

    The official DVD of the 2002 Masters contains pictures not seen on television. Be part of the tradition of an April week in Augusta, Georgia and relive the Highlights Of The 2002 Masters Tournament. 120 Minutes

    • $19.99
    • $9.97
  • 2000 PGA Championship DVD feat. Tiger Woods
    Item #: T7AM80
    The 2000 PGA Championship at Valhalla will be remembered as one of the most compelling events in golf. Tiger Woods got a dramatic run for the Wanamaker Trophy. After the 36-hole drama unfolded, the second strongest field ever assembled in professional golf produced one of the most exciting finishes in history, with the unheralded Bob May pushing the world's No. 1 to the limit.
    • $22.95
    • $11.47