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Adam Scott is the first Australian to win The Masters. Scott beat Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a playoff, after both golfers made matching birdies on the 72nd hole. This marks the second year in a row that The Masters went into a sudden death playoff. Both Scott and Cabrera parred on hole No. 18 in the first playoff hole, then Scott hit a 12-foot birdie putt on the 10th to take home the green jacket. Scott celebrated with caddie Steve Williams, who also caddied for the majority of Tiger Woods‘ major titles. The tournament leaders went back and forth all day, with Cabrera and Jason Day each taking turns in the top spot. Day came in third, finishing at 7-under and Woods, the overwhelming favorite, came in the fourth spot at 5-under.
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It was down to Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera in the Masters playoff. Scott was trying to become Australia's first Masters champion while Cabrera was seeking his second green jacket. Recap every shot of the action here, check out our live blog from the rest of the final round and see scores with our leaderboard .
Second playoff hole The 10th serves as the second playoff hole...
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Adam Scott finished the job this time, and put an end to more than a half-century of Australian misery at the Masters.With the two biggest putts of his career, Scott holed a 20-footer for birdie on the 18th hole of regulation that put him into a playoff with Angel Cabrera, and then won his first major championship Sunday with a 12-footer for birdie on the second extra...
AUGUSTA, Ga.-- This Masters had so many firsts it was hard to keep track.
Tianlang Guan won low amateur honors after becoming the first 14-year-old ever to play in the tournament and the first player in recent memory of any age to receive a slow-play penalty at the Masters.
Tiger Woods became the first to play from a wrong place and sign an incorrect scorecard who wasnt disqualified...
Angel Cabrera obviously thought this fan had had enough to drink when he knocked a beer out of his hands on this shot at the 2013 Masters.
Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera are tied for the lead after the third round of the Masters, a day that will remembered for Tiger Woods' penalty.
Woods is four shots back and still in contention despite being docked two strokes for an improper drop in the second round. He actually caught a bit of a break, because he could have been disqualified for an erroneous scorecard.
Adam Scott has become the first Australian to win the Masters,
beating Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a playoff on a rainy
day at Augusta National.
You can remember the 2013 Masters for Adam Scott's thrilling playoff victory over Angel Cabrera, the slow-play penalty leveled against a 14-year-old kid from China, or the two-stroke penalty a television viewer called on Tiger Woods for an illegal drop.
The 2013 Masters was as memorable, strange, controversial and dramatic as any sporting event I can remember. It was Mike Tyson...
Adam Scott outlasted Angel Cabrera in a playoff Sunday to win the Masters. Scott became Australia's first Masters champion while Cabrera came up just short in his bid for a second green jacket. Recap every shot of the playoff with our shot-by-shot blog , check out the best from the final day right here and see the final scores with our leaderboard .
Tiger leaves empty-handed...
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C'Mon Aussie, Adam Scott wins Green Jacket.
If you read only one column today, make it this one from Sydney Morning Herald sports columnist Richard Hinds: "In clubhouses and lounge rooms, they will play the putt with which Adam Scott clinched the Masters - his Masters, and Australia's Masters - forever. Then they will play...