Adam Scott Wins the 2013 Masters With Birdie Putt on Second Playoff Hole [Video]

Adam Scott is the 2013 Masters Champion, and the first Australian to ever win at Augusta. He made an incredible putt on the 18th, only to be matched by Angel Cabrera. The two players exchanged blows, having their approach shots on the first playoff hole both drift off the green near each other. They both got pars there. On the second playoff hole (10th hole), Cabrera hit an approach shot to put the pressure on. Adam Scott again answered, making it a putting contest.

Cabrera’s putt came tantalizing close, but left the door open. Scott again stuck the end of the putter in the chest, and buried it to win his first major.


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