Masters 2014: The weekend in pictures
Relive the weekend at Augusta National.
54-year-old Fred Couples recaptured some of the magic that helped win him the '92 Masters -- but not quite enough
Gary Woodland appeared poised to steal the show early Saturday as he was trending towards a record-low round. That, as you can see, did not last. Woodland finished the championship T-26.
Jordan Spieth charged up the leaderboard Saturday. Here's a shot of him looking like a 20-year-old.
Spieth's co-leader headed into the final round was 2012 Masters Champion Bubba Watson.
The final day began unpredictably, as Rory McIlroy's fiancee Caroline Wozniacki no longer had purple hair. A stunning development.
Several players refused to act their age, including Bernhard Langer, who finished in a tie for 8th place.
Obligatory shot of Rickie Fowler's loud outfit.
Last year's champion Adam Scott was never able to put together a run to threaten the leaders. He finished 1-over.
Matt Kuchar often seemed in perfect position to strike, though he could never put a run together.
Matching patrons? Matching patrons.
Spoiler alert: this goes in. Jordan Spieth's holed bunker shot at No. 4 thrilled the Augusta crowd.
The most interesting man in golf, Miguel Angel Jimenez. The Mechanic, as he is affectionately known, finished alone in 4th place.
Jonas Blixt made a quiet climb up the leaderboard, finishing tied with Spieth in second place. He is the only player with a top five finish in each of the past two majors.
Things unraveled for Spieth on the second nine, as he struggled to keep pace with Watson.
This pretty well sums up Spieth's second nine.
In the end the day belonged to Bubba Watson, who took home his second green jacket in three years.
The finish at Bethpage Black on Sunday should be tremendous
Jordan Spieth is out here trying to win golf tournaments and please the masses
Patrick Reed holds a two shot lead over Rickie Fowler and Emiliano Grillo after the second...
Jordan Spieth is not a very good speller
Fowler shot a 4-under 67 but couldn't stop thinking about Hazeltine
Not sure on the math here, but Spieth's general idea makes some sense