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Jim Nantz Says Tiger Woods' Masters Win Is 'Best Event I've Ever Covered'

SI.com Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Jim Nantz Says Tiger Woods' Masters Win Is 'Best Event I've Ever Covered'Nantz has appeared on the Masters broadcast since 1986, including Woods' first win at Augusta in 1997. 
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