His picture is still on the wall of champions in the press building at Augusta National, sandwiched between Trevor Immelman and Phil Mickelson. His chair at the champion’s dinner was empty, though, and if there was an invite to play the Masters, no one saw it.
As the Masters unfolds this week, Angel Cabrera sits in an Argentine prison. Initially jailed for assaulting, threatening and harassing a former partner, he was then sentenced to an additional two years late last year for assaulting another former girlfriend.
The glory of 2009 never seemed so far away.
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“A lot of kids grow up without a role model and make some bad decisions, their anger within them takes over,” said Charlie Epps last year, a Houston golf pro who has a father-son relationship with Cabrera. “But it…