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 or didnt withdraw.
Then you had Fred Couples contending into the weekend at age 53 followed by Bernhard Langer, 55, making an early charge on Sunday. Not exactly firsts -- but fun to see nonetheless.
As if all that wasnt enough, for the first time in Masters history you had one player, Adam Scott, birdie the final hole to take the lead followed by another, Angel Cabrera, who birdied it to force a playoff. All previous sudden-death playoffs at the Masters had come from someone missing a putt on the final hole.
Tiger bogeyed the 72nd hole to fall into a playoff with Chris DiMarco in 2005. Kenny Perry...