Final Round of the Masters
Angel Cabrera won his second major tournament Sunday in a playoff against Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell.
2 of 22John Biever/SI
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson exchanged a firm handshake on the first tee Sunday. They were not in the last group, but they were still the main attraction for many fans.
3 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Both players started the day seven strokes behind third-round leaders Perry and Cabrera.
4 of 22John Biever/SI
Kultida Woods, Tiger's mother, followed her son's round with an entourage dressed in red.
5 of 22John Biever/SI
This was a common, disappointed stance for Tiger Woods on the front nine, as he struggled to find the fairway off the tee.
6 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Despite the driving issues, Woods birdied the second hole and sunk a long putt on the par-5 eighth hole for an eagle, which moved him closer to the lead.
7 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Phil Mickelson found the sand on the ninth hole, but managed a par. With six birdies, he shot a record-tying 30 on the front nine.
8 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Mickelson's round took a turn for the worse on the par-3 12th when his tee shot found the water. Woods looked on from the green as Mickelson took his third shot after dropping near Rae's Creek. He ended up with a double bogey.
9 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Mickelson and Woods both missed long eagle putts on the 13th hole and settled for birdies.
10 of 22Bob Martin/SI
Woods let his chances for a fifth green jacket slip away when he closed with bogeys on 17 and 18.
11 of 22Robert Beck/SI
After Perry settled for a bogey, Cabrera knocked in a par putt for his first green jacket.
12 of 22John Biever/SI
On No. 10, the second playoff hole, Perry left himself a tough third shot to the right of the green.
13 of 22Simon Bruty/SI
Third-round co-leader Cabrera looked shaky at times on the front nine, with bogeys on the fourth and fifth holes.
14 of 22Fred Vuich/SI
Cabrera made three birdies on the back and sunk a big putt on 18 to make the playoff at 12 under par.
15 of 22Fred Vuich/SI
Forty-eight-year old Perry, who was trying to become the oldest major winner, was steady through the first nine holes, making all pars.
16 of 22Simon Bruty/SI
He missed a birdie putt on the 11th hole, but finally picked up a stroke with a birdie on the par-3 12th.
17 of 22Fred Vuich/SI
Perry missed a par putt on 18 for the outright win. With a bogey he also made the playoff.
18 of 22Fred Vuich/SI
Chad Campbell also had an opportunity to win the tournament with a birdie putt on 18, which he missed. He finished at 12 under to make the playoff.
19 of 22Robert Beck/SI
On 18, the first playoff hole, Cabrera sent his drive to a tough position behind a tree, but went on to par the hole.
20 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Perry nailed this sand shot a few inches away from the hole to tap in for par and make it to the second playoff hole.
21 of 22Robert Beck/SI
Campbell just missed a par putt to be knocked out after the first hole and watch his green-jacket chances slip away.
22 of 22Bob Martin/SI
Mickelson also bogeyed 18 to move to nine under par for the tournament just short of the lead.
You May Like
Sign Up for our Newsletter
Don't get stuck on the sidelines! Sign up to get exclusives, daily highlights, analysis and more—delivered right to your inbox!