Zach Johnson’s Masters victory and 2007 season

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Zach Johnson's Big Year Zach Johnson shot 71-73-76-69 to win the 2007 Masters by two shots over Tiger Woods.
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At the Presidents Cup, Johnson reunited with Mickelson for a game of ping-pong.
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On the strength of his two wins, Johnson qualified for the Presidents Cup team. He had an overall record of 2-2-0 in the Americans' victory over the International team.
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He couldn't re-create his Masters magic at the U.S. Open, finishing tied for 45th at Oakmont.
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Zach Johnson memorabilia is on display at Elmcrest Country Club in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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At the Memorial Tournament, Johnson participated in Jack Nicklaus's clinic.
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Johnson also made a stop at his alma mater, Drake University.
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When Zach and Kim flew to New York, it was the first time they spent the night away from their son Will.
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Johnson and his wife, Kim, left, were honored in front of friends and fans by Iowa's governor. Johnson's post-Masters tour also included an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.
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A month after his win at Augusta, Johnson won the AT&T Classic. All three of his PGA Tour wins have been in Georgia.
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Phil Mickelson, the 2004 and 2006 Masters champion, helped Johnson put on the green jacket.
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Johnson chipped his third shot on 18 to within inches to seal his first major.
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In October, Johnson joined the other three major winners at the PGA Grand Slam in Bermuda.