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 again A Masters that began so swimmingly for Tiger Woods effectively ended late in the second round, when his near-perfect wedge struck the flagstick at No. 15 and ricocheted into the water.
He left the grounds late Sunday afternoon in a steady drizzle, empty-handed once again.
His 2-under 70 left him at 283, four strokes behind the number that sent Scott and Cabrera to a playoff won by the Australian, whose caddie, Stevie Williams, once used to work for Woods.
After slipping into a tie for fourth, Woods put much of the blame on a familiar nemesis: his putting. Watch Woods explain his putting problems in th...