At the prime of his career at age 35, two-time Masters Tournament champion Bubba Watson is getting better every year, according to caddie Ted Scott, who has been on his bag since 2011.
From cloth to crystal, there are many ways for a player to make the Masters memorable. The Masters stands alone in tournament golf as no other event provides such an elaborate array of prizes.
Scrap the most famous Masters Tournament cliche of them all. This one didn't start on the back nine Sunday - it ended before it ever got there.
Bubba Watson didn't need a miracle shot from the pines in sudden death to win his second Masters Tournament in three years. The only round in the 60s among the contenders Sunday was enough.
Jimmy Walker shot 2-under on Sunday and earned a tie for eighth in his first Masters.
Miguel Angel Jimenez birdied four holes on the second nine for 71 and finished fourth, the second-highest finish of anyone in the AARP crowd in Masters history.
Attempting to become the Masters' youngest winner, 20-year-old Jordan Spieth couldn't hold on to a two-shot lead through seven holes.
University of Georgia fans celebrated Sunday as Bubba Watson won another green jacket for his alma mater.
Rory McIlroy shot 3-under 69 Sunday and finished even par and tied for eighth in the tournament.
Jonas Blixt, the only player to shoot under par each round, finished Sunday with his third 71 in a row to tie for second.