PGA: Highlights of the 2003 Masters Tournament [DVD] 
It was a Masters of firsts:
The first Canadian to win a major
The first left-handed golfer to win the Masters ( and only the second lefty ever to win a major after 1963 British Open champion Bob Charles)
The first Masters playoff in 13 years
But, with all the first, the same story rang true -- a great putting and outstanding iron play can with the Masters.
Mike Weir's gutsy putting and pinpoint irons resulted in one of the most memorable Masters finishes in recent memory. His clutch par-saving putt at the 72nd hold led to the Tournament's first playoff since 1990, and only the second time the Tournament was decided on hole No. 10.
It was also a special Masters for runner-up Len Mattiace. Playing spectacular golf on Sunday, including an eagle No. 13, Mattiace scored a 65, one stroke shy of the best Masters final round ever. And, although Tiger Woods did not capture an historic consecutive Green Jacket, his 66 Saturday made him a factor entering Sunday's play.
Start your Master's week with Wednesday's Par 3 Contest, and witness the Contest's first co-winners. Join the contestants Friday and Saturday as the players squeeze 54 holes into two days because of inclement weather. And, walk the fairways Sunday with contenders Weir, Mattiace, Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, Jeff Maggert and Ernie Els as they try to win the year's first major.
The official video of the 2003 Masters contains pictures not seen on television. Be part of the tradition of an April week in Augusta, Georgia an relive the Highlights of the 2003 Masters Tournament.