Vijay Singh gets his green jacket from 1999 champion Jose Maria Olazabal.
Vijay Singh survived trouble early on the back nine. David Duval didn't. As a result, Vijay Singh won The Masters for his second major championship. Duval gambled and lost to Rae's Creek on No. 13, leaving second to Ernie Els. Singh shot a final-round 69. Duval had made four birdies on the front nine to apply serious pressure on Singh, but he could never get closer than one shot and ended up tied for third with Loren Roberts. Tiger Woods finished fifth
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Masters TV ratings dip again
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