At the 2000 Masters, Vijay Singh shot a final-round 69 to win his second major title by three strokes.
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Tiger Woods won his fourth consecutive major championship at the 2001 Masters. While he didn't win the Grand Slam, all four majors in one year, Woods's feat would be known as "The Tiger Slam."
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Woods won his second green jacket by two strokes over David Duval.
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In 2002, Woods joined Jack Nicklaus and Nick Faldo as the only players to successfully defend at the Masters.
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Mike Weir became the first left-hander to win a green jacket in 2003, defeating Len Mattiace in a playoff. Weir also became the first Canadian to win one of golf's four major championships.
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Arnold Palmer played in his 50th and final Masters in 2004.
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Phil Mickelson birdied the 18th hole to win his first major at the 2004 Masters.
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Jack Nicklaus played in his final Masters in 2005.
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In 2005, Woods holed a miraculous chip shot on the par-3 16th on his way to winning a fourth green jacket.
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Woods defeated Chris DiMarco in a playoff.
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In 2006, Mickelson captured his second green jacket with a two-shot victory over Tim Clark.
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Despite finishing in a tie for second, this shot of Woods breaking his club at the 2007 Masters wound up on the cover of SI.
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Zach Johnson tied the highest winning score ever at Augusta (+1) when he won the 2007 Masters.
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Trevor Immelman flexed his muscles after winning the 2008 Masters by three strokes over Woods.
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Gary Player, who won the first of three green jackets in 1961, played in his 52nd and final Masters in 2009.
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Woods and Mickelson were paired together in the final round at the 2009 Masters. Mickelson shot a 30 on the front nine to charge up the leaderboard, but his chances ended after hitting into the water on No. 12.
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Angel Cabrera became the first South American to win the Masters when he defeated Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a playoff.
18 of 24Fred Vuich, 2011 Masters
Phil Mickelson shot a final-round 67 in 2010 to capture his third green jacket. Mickelson's cancer-stricken wife, Amy, surprised her husband by showing up on the 18th green to congratulate him.
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When Rory McIlroy's four-stroke lead evaporated Sunday on the front nine, the 2011 Masters became a free-for-all with Tiger Woods, Luke Donald, Adam Scott and Jason Day racing for the green jacket. Charl Schwartzel beat them all when he closed with four straight birdies, an accomplishment unmatched in Masters history.
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Bubba Watson hits a recovery shot from the pine straw en route to winning his first green jacket, which he did by triumphing on the second playoff hole, the 10th, against Louis Oosthuizen.
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Adam Scott and caddie Steve Williams celebrate on the 10th hole, after Scott sunk a birdie putt in a playoff against Angel Cabrera to win the 2013 Masters.
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Bubba Watson bested Jordan Spieth by three shots to take home his second green jacket in three years.
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Jordan Spieth finally tastes redemption from the 2014 event, setting a major low-scoring record to win the 2015 Masters at 18 under par.
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Danny Willett shot a final-round five under par 67 to become the first Englishman in 20 years to win the Masters.
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