Jack Nicklaus won a record six Masters titles.
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Tuesday, July 21, 2009
1963 Masters: The old men challenged sharply at Augusta but, in the end, strength and youth conquered as big Jack Nicklaus used his huge drives and near-flawless tactics to become the youngest Masters champion ever. Only one stroke behind Nicklaus was Champagne Tony Lema, a newcomer to the Masters and a bubbly threat to pro golf's best

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1965 Masters: By going on a record-smashing spree at the Masters, Jack Nicklaus proves himself a golfer without peer. Suddenly and dramatically he has the galleries behind him and an unlimited future ahead of him

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1966 Masters: Three was a crowd, but the crowd, which had been more of a mob through four high-scoring, hectic days, finally was reduced to just one man. In a three-way playoff Jack Nicklaus proved again that he is master of the Masters


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1972 Masters: In winning his fourth Masters, Jack Nicklaus had only two problems—Jack Nicklaus and an annoying infestation of blotchy weed

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1975 Masters: Sweeping aside stiff challenges from Tom Weiskopf and Johnny Miller, Jack Nicklaus won the Masters for the fifth time

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1986 Masters: At 46, Jack Nicklaus won his sixth and most dramatic Masters with a final-round 65 that had all of America cheering for him

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