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It was a great tournament and a terrible final two holes for Kenny Perry at the Masters. The Franklin native led the touranment by two shots with two plays, but boeyed the final two holes. And, as you no doubt know the 48-year-old ended up losing the green jacket on the second hole of a three-way playoff to Angel Cabrera.
Some Perry links:
- Rick Telander of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that pressure turned Perry into a mere mortal.
- Christine Brennan of USA Today says Perry shows grace, but late blunders have to hurt.
- Bob Harig of ESPN.com says Perry gave the Masters away.
- At golf.com, Gary Van Sickle writes on Perry’s dream week.
- At CBS Sportsline, Steve Elling writes that Perry squandered the chance of a lifetime.
- Jeff Schultz of the AJC writes that it was a Masters to remember.
- The AJC’s Furman Bisher writes what a day, what a Masters.
- Larry Dorman of the New York Times writes about the Cabrera win.
- Bill Pennington of the New York Times writes on the Perry loss.
- Sky Sports writes that Perry says he can live with the loss.