You can't have a Masters without repeated references to Zoeller being the last Masters rookie to claim the green jacket -- a mark that seemed in jeopardy through the first seven holes on Sunday. Then, over the last 11 holes, came reaffirmation of what made Zoeller's win in 1979 so remarkable. As impressive as it was to see Jordan Spieth navigate Augusta National so expertly, there were still enough lapses to cost him a green jacket. Plenty of veteran players make the same mistakes, but it seems they're unavoidable your first time around. -- S.W.