Scott made what appeared to be the putt of his life when he rolled in a 20-footer on the 72nd hole, only to see Cabrera tie him with his own birdie moments later. But for a player who was nipped at the finish line in the 2011 Masters and who coughed up his lead in last summer's British Open, getting over disappointment is nothing new. In rolling in a 15-footer on the second playoff hole, Scott satisfied not only his own major quest, but that of his entire nation, becoming the first Australian to win a green jacket. "I don't know how to digest it all," Scott said. "It's incredible."