CBS to air iconic '04, '19 final rounds on Masters weekend
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While it won't be a regular Masters weekend, CBS announced it will air two iconic final rounds from Augusta National to help fill the void created by the tournament's postponement.

Phil Mickelson's triumph in 2004 will be aired April 11 at 2:30 p.m. ET and followed by Tiger Woods' historic win in 2019 on April 12 at 12:30 p.m.

Mickelson's first major championship win ended in dramatic fashion. Lefty entered the final round tied with Chris DiMarco and shot 2-over on the front. However, he made five birdies on the back nine, including one on No. 18, to seal his first of three green jackets.

Tiger trailed by one shot going into last year's final round and meticulously picked apart Augusta while his competitors crumbled to claim green jacket No. 5 and his 15th major title.

The 2020 Masters was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic with hopes of being rescheduled for later this year. The Masters hasn't been canceled altogether since World War II halted the 1945 tournament.

CBS to air iconic '04, '19 final rounds on Masters weekend
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