Australians endured a nervous wait before lauding a defining moment in the nation’s sporting history as Adam Scott secured the country’s first win at golf’s Masters Tournament.
Adam Scott gave Australia its first champion in the 77-year history of golf’s Masters Tournament by outlasting Angel Cabrera in a playoff.
Tiger Woods entered the Masters Tournament with perhaps his best chance at a major championship victory in the past five years. He didn’t win, and golf analysts said he left with a mark against his reputation.
Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera both birdied the final hole to set up a sudden-death playoff at golf’s Masters Tournament.
Following is the final leaderboard from the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Par for the course is 72.
Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera share a one-shot lead at the Masters Tournament after Jason Day had a bogey at the 17th hole.
Jason Day birdied the par-15 15th hole to open a two-shot lead over Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera during the final round at golf’s Masters Tournament.
Angel Cabrera holds a two-shot lead with seven holes to play on the final day at golf’s Masters Tournament.
Angel Cabrera holds a one-shot lead over Jason Day during the final round of golf’s Masters Tournament.
Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera are tied for the lead entering the final round at golf’s Masters Tournament, while Australians hold the next three spots and Tiger Woods trails by four strokes.
"That's how golf is."
- Angel Cabrera on Apr 14, 2013