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Then, the key four-hole stretch.

With Perry and Goydos tied for the lead at 17 under and playing the par-3 eighth hole, Perry put a 5-iron inside of 3 feet, and converted the birdie.

When Goydos three-putted for bogey, it gave Perry the lead by two.

It looked like the two would be tied again on the ninth green, with each facing 8-footers, Goydos for birdie, Perry for par.

But Goydos missed and Perry made, keeping the margin two.

A pair of long birdies on the next two holes (16 feet on No.

10, 28 feet on the 11th) pushed Perry's lead to four.

From that point, he wasn't going to be caught.



http://www.boston.com/sports/golf/articles/2009/06/29/perry_turns_travelers_into_a_masters_class
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