It Was a Storybook Ending, but really it was textbook Masters: Two outstanding golfers battling for the fabled Green Jacket on Augusta National's second nine Sunday. Whether it was Nelson. Hogan and Snead or later Palmer, Player and Nicklaus those _ final nine holes have always been dramatic. In 2004 it was Phil Mickelson, thwarted at other majors before, against Ernie Els who already had three major titles to his credit. The pair played spectacular golf Sunday: Els snaring two eagles and Mickleson birdieing five of the last seven holes. And oh were there fireworks Sunday. Two holes-in-one in successive groups, 12 eagles and a Tournament-winning putt at No. 18. Start your Masters week with Wednesday's Par 3 Contest and witness three holes-in-one. one recorded by Tiger Woods. Walk the fairway Friday with Arnold Palmer as he makes his 50th consecutive trek up No. 18 and experience the reaction from the grateful patrons. The official video of the 2004 Masters contains pictures not seen on television. Be part of the tradition of an April week in Augusta, Georgia and relive the Highlights of the 2004 Masters Tournament.