Adam Scott beat Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a playoff to win his first major championship.
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Scott credited his caddie, Steve Williams, for giving him the correct read on the winning putt.
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''It's amazing that it's my destiny to be the first Australian to win," Scott said. "It's incredible."
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Scott birdied the 18th hole in regulation to finish with the lead.
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Cabrera, the 2009 Masters champion, answered with a birdie to force the playoff.
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Cabrera nearly chipped in on the first playoff hole.
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On No. 10, the second playoff hole, Cabrera just missed a birdie putt.
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''Angel is a great man,'' Scott said. ''He's a gentleman.''
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Scott started the final round with a bogey on No. 1.
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But he rebounded with a birdie on No. 3.
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Cabrera birdied two of the last three holes.
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Tiger Woods shot a two-under 70 to finish tied for fourth.
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Despite a solid back nine, Woods struggled to get into contention all day.
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"We lose more tournaments than we win. But I certainly had my opportunities to post some good rounds this week," Woods said. "I thought I really played well. ... So overall it was a pretty good week."
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Lindsey Vonn followed Woods during the final round.
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Jason Day had the lead, but he bogeyed 16 and 17, and missed a birdie putt on 18 to finish third. "I think the pressure got to me a little bit," Day said.
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Jason Day birdied No. 1 and then holed out from a greenside bunker for eagle on the par-5 second.
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Brandt Snedeker once again had a chance to win the Masters on the back nine, but he made four bogeys coming in to tie for sixth. "I'm not as crushed as I was in 2008 because I know I'm going to be there again."
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Rory McIlroy went 79-69 over the weekend.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 73 on Sunday. He broke par only once this week.
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Along with Scott and Day, Marc Leishman was one of three Australians in the hunt. He tied for fourth.
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Matt Kuchar tied for eighth after a one-over 73.
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Rickie Fowler shot a six-over 78.
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Tianlang Guan, 14, finished as the low amateur.
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Sergio Garcia shot a two-under 70 to tie for eighth.
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Bernhard Langer opened with three straight birdies, but he struggled coming home and finished with a 76.
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John Huh shot a four-under 68.
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Tim Clark shot a three-over 39 on the front nine.
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Patrons were out early to claim a good spot before the final round.
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