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Masters No. 2 for Ballesteros

In Craig Stadler (1982 Masters), Ray Floyd (1982 P.G.A.) and Tom Watson (1982 U.S. and British Opens), Severiano Ballesteros had the defenders of all the major golf championships to contend with last week in the final round of the 1983 Masters. "They are one of the best three," agreed the adventurous Spaniard, 26, who showed he is one of the best himself, easily winning his second Masters championship in four years. That is, if the following can be termed easy:

At the first hole, Ballesteros struck a 7-iron within 8 ft. and made the putt for a birdie;...

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