Masters Tournament

  • Augusta National GC, Augusta, Georgia April 5th - April 8th
  • Par: 72

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Watson wins on the 2nd hole of a sudden-death play-off

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  • And that's that for another memorable Masters. Hope you enjoyed the coverage, be sure to follow the live commentary from our man at the US Open in June. Congratulations Bubba.

    00:38
  • BUBBA WATSON, MASTERS CHAMPION! Two cautious putts, and cue the waterworks. Just a week after he and his wife adopted their first child, Watson is now celebrating his first major title. Emotional scenes as Bubba is embraced by the likes of Ben Crane, Aaron Baddeley, Stewart Cink and Rickie Fowler.

    00:35
  • Fantastic effort from Oosthuizen, but his par putt just runs out of pace and trickles across the face of the hole. Very unlucky, and it looks like Bubba is home and hosed.

    00:33
  • Oosthuizen chips from the front edge, but it's a touch heavy and clings onto the back fringe, a full 15 feet past the hole. He has to find one more putt, or else Bubba has two putts from nowhere.

    00:30
  • AWESOME! Watson breaks his wrists with perfect timing to draw his ball at least 40 yards around the trees to find the green, and he has around 10 feet left for birdie. A shot of truly stunning quality.

    00:28
  • Oosthuizen makes a good connection from the first cut and it looks great in the air, but it ha't quite got the legs and pitches in the steep bank at the front of the green. Good result, but Watson does have a shot, although he needs to give it a mammoth draw.

    00:26
  • The plot thickens. Bubba goes for the big fade but double-crosses himself and pulls his drive deep into the pines. Oosthuizen plucks out a three-wood, but he carves his tee shot to the right as well. He's not in the timber, but he's got an awfully long second.

    00:22
  • OH BUBBA! No-one has seen Watson smile all day, but he can't resist a wry grin as his putt for the Masters does the opposite to Oosthuizen's and misses to the left. More drama to come as they head for the 10th.

    00:20
  • SO CLOSE! Oosthuizen's putt looks bang on line, but it veers right over the last six feet and can't catch enough lip.

    00:20
  • But what a reply from Bubba, who hits a smooth wedge from 131 yards over the pin, and it has enough backspin to get to the slope and he has around 10 feet for a three. Advantage Watson.

    00:20
  • Oosty's second leaks a little right, but it hits the right contours and arches round towards the hole, settling 15 feet away. Great shot.

    00:15
  • Oosthuizen backs off, has a quick towel down, steps up again and gives it the full treatment. It flirts with Sandy's bunker, but it clings to the short grass and he's not far behind Bubba's.

    00:10
  • Here we go then. Bubba has the honour and hits another high fade over the trees to within a couple of yards of the divot he created 10 minutes ago.

    00:10
  • It's been yet another final day of history and high drama at Augusta, and it's not over yet. Oosthuizen and Watson will head back to the 18th tee in a moment, and the 10th is next should they halve the last.

    00:05
  • Hanson breaks into a wry smile after he belatedly gets a mid-range putt to drop. That's a closing birdie, but a 73 is two shots too many as Oosthuizen and Watson prepare for a sudden-death play-off.

    00:02
  • A two-putt par to finish for Mickelson, and a disappointing 72 leaves him two off the pace. He had better have a good explanation for his adventures at the fourth!

    00:02
  • Mickelson has time for one more magical moment, a massive draw from the pines to within 20 feet at the last. Hanson knocks his a couple of yards closer.

    00:00
  • Don't leave it short, don't leave it short ...... it's short. Mickelson knows he needs birdie-birdie to extend his tournament, but his 25-footer rolls 24 feet at the 17th.

    23:55
  • What pressure? Oosthuizen has been sensational with the flat-stick today, definite shades of Retief Goosen on the final day of the US Open at Shinnecock in 2004. Oosty holds his nerve and drops the putt in the left edge, and a play-off is forthcoming.

    23:55
  • Oosthuizen's birdie effort is on line for most of the trip, but it veers left and trundles four feet past. Watson's stays on the high side, but it's a tap-in for the safest of pars.

    23:55

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