Masters Champ Revisits Argentine Roots
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Masters Champ Revisits Argentine Roots

Angel Cabrera plays a tournament at his home course in Argentina, where he rose from being a caddy to the 2009 Masters champion and the country's most famous golfer. Video by Joshua Partlow/The Washington Post Editor Mike Schmuhl/The Washington Post

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