2014 Masters roundup: Bubba Watson wins second Masters

Bubba Watson wins his second Masters tournament. (CBS)
Bubba Watson wins his second Masters. (CBS)

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Kyle Porter's best highlights, news, Tweets, photos and other fun stuff from Sunday's final round at Augusta National. Hope you enjoy.

6:50 PM: Bubba Watson wins the 2014 Masters. | 17th golfer to win multiple Masters

6:45 PM: Fantastic way to end our four-day live blog. It's been an absolute blast this week, you guys.

6:30 PM: Fun day from Jordan Spieth but he needs to lose the "I just missed that shot by a yard but I'm going to react like I shanked it into the water" antics he learned from Tiger.

6:29 PM: The thought of Bubba Watson ever thinking he's getting too much attention is quite funny.

6:19 PM: Hah.

6:14 PM: I have dubbed him Error Jordan on this day.

6:11 PM: Well he tried to. Why is Bubba going for the green from the woods on No. 15? Does he know he's leading the Masters?

6:00 PM: Unless Bubba Watson hits it in the water 29 times on No. 15 this thing is toast. Get him fitted for that new jacket.

5:47 PM: Incredible tweet. And under pressure!

5:44 PM: This thing is over.

5:40 PM: Bubba just hit a drive LOL yards on No. 13. Baby wedge to the green. Is this thing on the edge?

5:28 PM: Man-sized bogey from Spieth on No. 12 after rinsing his tee shot. If he ends up winning this thing, that'll be the reason why.

5:13 PM: Golf shots everywhere. Spieth and Bubba just hit two crazy good shots on No. 11.

5:03 PM: Miguel Angel Jimenez just grabbed his chest and did some sort of "heart beating out of his chest" motion to the crowd. It was so glorious.

4:55 PM: Interesting insight here from Hunter Mahan:

4:54 PM: Spieth needs to turn this thing around soon. It feels like it's slipping away a little bit.

4:51 PM: This is incredible:

4:45 PM: Hating.

4:33 PM: The Masters has started:

4:23 PM: I did too:

4:21 PM: Couples into the drink on No. 11. It was fun, Fred. It always is. Until next year...

4:16 PM: Spieth has nine putts thru seven holes, which seems good.

4:09 PM: Spieth birdies No. 7, this is getting ridiculous.

4:07 PM: Matt Kuchar working on his bowling pose:

4:03 PM: This is pretty funny:

3:50 PM: "Where's Tiger?" -Zero people

3:56 PM: Bubba is playing the par 3s under par. That's not a good sign for The Kid.

3:54 PM: Spieth is basically tearing down flagsticks at this point. He's clearly submitting to the Sunday pressure.

3:43 PM: This photo of Augusta is pretty phenomenal:

3:41 PM: Yikes.

3:36 PM: Ian Poulter looks like Jonas Blixt and Rickie Fowler's closets threw up on him.

3:32 PM: Spieth just chipped in at No. 4 and led by three for a minute until Bubba made a birdie as well. This is elite stuff.

3:26 PM: Welp, all of a sudden Spieth leads by two over everyone. Kuchar just had a hideous double bogey.

3:13 PM: Kuchar joins him. This is too much to take. Rory is Rory-ing. Couples is hanging.

3:09 PM: Spieth, alone. My goodness.

3:05 PM: This is basically Jimenez saying "I give zero Fs":

2:59 PM: Do caddies have to rake the bunkers if they're on the last group of the tournament? Seems unnecessary.

2:57 PM: This was pretty hilarious:

2:55 PM: I'm not convinced Spieth is going to hit a fairway today. Missed the first two and both were ugly.

2:49 PM: Rickie is putting like his buddy Bubba did yesterday. Just three-putted the 2nd from six feet.

2:47 PM: Or not. That was a ridiculous second shot by Spieth at the first. He needed it, too, to get back on track.

2:41 PM: Spieth might be in for an 81.

2:39 PM: Final pairing is off, the 2014 Masters has almost begun.

2:30 PM: I'm already nervous. I might not make it another five hours.

2:22 PM: Fred Couples just birdied the first two holes. He's two back. This is getting real.

2:17 PM: I love players offering commentary on the tournament. Today, Luke Donald is up:

2:05 PM: Fred Couples just birdied No. 1. I don't know if the National is big enough for all the emotion. My gosh. Your thoughts, Mr. Nantz?

2:04 PM: Caroline Wozniacki ditched the pink hair. I can also barely see her face behind that ring.

2:03 PM: I see that Nantz is ALL IN on Spieth. Makes two of us.

2:01 PM: This is a fantastic shot. I love that hat:

1:59 PM: Hello, Jim.

1:44 PM: Welp, this is crazy:

1:39 PM: Bubba sandwiched his final-round 68 in 2012 with a 77 and a 78 the other two years. He's only broken par once in the final round.

1:34 PM: Some really good final round Masters stats in this Golf Channel piece.

1:22 PM: Every 17 years the "youngest Masters champion ever" record has been broken. On this date, too: 

1:13 PM: Here's Jordan Spieth on what he expects today: "I don’t think I’ve ever had a round where I’ve been nervous on every single swing, shot and putt. I’m sure that will happen (Sunday), but hopefully, I can channel it positively and stay grounded, stay cool and see what happens."

1:03 PM: This should win a green jacket:

12:57 PM: Spieth and his caddie told Bubba Watson on Saturday at the range that they'd see him in the final group on Sunday. They were joking, I think. Either way, baller.

12:55 PM: Amen Corner feed is live, about to strap in for the best six-hour ride of the year.

12:23 PM: Best day in sports? I could be talked into it..

12:04 PM: I was reading about Tiger's 1997 win last night (because of Spieth). I forgot how dominant he was. It was truly masterful stuff -- not sure we'll ever see anything like it ever again.

11:37 AM: Verne's best calls at the Masters? All of it.

11:34 AM: Cool shot of Bubba Watson on the 17th hole on Saturday:

11:26 AM: A reminder.

11:23 AM: Hello, friends. Are you ready for the greatest day of the golf season?

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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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