Photos: At the Masters\nExclusive images from Golf Digest photographers at Augusta\nBubba, Angie and Caleb Watson hug on the 18th hole.\nBubba Watson holds his son Caleb and greets his fans on No. 18.\nBubba Watson hits his second shot on No. 15 in the final round.\nJonas Blixt hits from the fairway during the final round.\nBubba Watson hits a booming drive on No. 13 during the final round.\nJordan Spieth holes out for a birdie on No. 4 on Sunday.\nMatt Kuchar hits his second shot on No. 11 on Sunday.\nRickie Fowler swings from a bunker on Sunday.\nJordan Spieth hits his second shot on No. 17 during the final round.\nJonas Blixt takes an approach shot on No. 10 during Sunday's round.\nBubba Watson and caddie Ted Scott hug as Watson wins his second Masters.\nBubba Watson raises his putter to the gallery on No. 18.\nAdam Scott helps Bubba Watson into his green jacket.\nJordan Spieth hits out of a fairway bunker on No. 18 on Saturday.\nJonas Blixt looks across Rae's Creek on No. 13 during the third round.\nBubba Watson hits a tee shot on Saturday.\nJimmy Walker swings on No. 17 during the third round.\nThomas Bjorn tosses his club on No. 12.\nAdam Scott putts on No. 17 on Saturday.\nJordan Spieth tees off on No. 18 on Saturday.\nBubba Watson hits on the 17th fairway during the third round.\nMatt Kuchar hits off the fairway on No. 13 during Saturday's round.\nBubba Watson follows his shot on Saturday.\nJonas Blixt hits an approach shot during the third round.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez birdies No. 16 on Saturday.\nJimmy Walker swings on No. 2 during the third round.\nMatt Kuchar hits down the fairway on Saturday.\nJim Furyk hits a tee shot on No. 6.\nFred Couples takes aim on No. 4.\nAdam Scott hits from a bunker on the first hole during Saturday's round.\nJohn Senden takes aim on Saturday.\nJordan Spieth hits on the fifth hole.\nJonas Blixt hits from the fairway on Saturday.\nKevin Streelman hits out of a bunker on No. 6.\nBubba Watson struggled on Saturday, but still shared the 54-hole lead with Jordan Spieth.\nFred Couples plays himself into the weekend with a 71 on Friday.\nRory McIlroy is almost lost in the foliage on No. 13.\nAdam Scott hits from a bunker on No. 18 on Friday.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez studies the green.\nKevin Stadler takes a shot during the second round.\nMarc Leishman swings from the pine straw on No. 11 during Friday's round.\nPatrick Reed failed to see his way clear to playing the weekend.\nMatt Fitzpatrick hits from the pine straw on No. 13 during the second round.\nRickie Fowler plays from a bunker on Friday.\nThorbjorn Olesen hits from a bunker on No. 16 on Friday.\nJordan Spieth shoots a 70 in the second round.\nChang-woo Lee hits from the rough on Friday.\nThe grounds crew keeps the greens clear.\nMatteo Manassero did not make the cut.\nA course assistant signals to a group to get ready to play as the light fades on Friday.\nKevin Streelman hits from the front bunker on No. 12.\nDarren Clarke hits a shot on Friday.\nNick Watney follows a tee shot on Friday.\nKevin Stadler tees off on No. 3 during the second round.\nStephen Gallacher hits his approach shot on No. 13 during Friday's round.\nSang-Moon Bae swings on No. 2 in the second round.\nLuke Donald plays down the fairway during the second round.\nBubba Watson hits from a bunker on Friday.\nCaddie Billy Foster tosses a club to Lee Westwood on No. 13 during the first round.\nPhil Mickelson and caddie pause near Rae's Creek on No. 13.\nLuke Donald blasts out of a bunker on Thursday.\nJason Day hits a shot from the pine needles on No. 13 during Thursday's round.\nBubba Watson hits from a bunker on No. 18 in the first round.\nHunter Mahan follows his shot down the fairway as the shadows lengthen.\nBill Haas takes aim in the first round.\nSergio Garcia takes a shot in the first round.\nAdam Scott hits from the pines on No. 13.\nVictor Dubuisson chips in on No. 9 during Thursday's round.\nJason Dufner struggles on No. 13, recording a quadruple bogey on the hole.\nRussell Henley takes a shot in the first round.\nPhil Mickelson makes a birdie on No. 10 on Thursday.\nLuke Donald and Bubba Watson walk along No. 16.\nHarris English and the gallery follow his shot from the rough on Thursday.\nA security guard keeps watch by a leader board.\nRory McIlroy hits his second shot on the first hole on Thursday.\nMiguel Angel-Jimenez, aka The Mechanic.\nAdam Scott takes his second shot on No.7 during the first round.\nJordan Spieth hits out of a bunker on No. 8.\nU.S. Amateur champion Matt Fitzpatrick is playing in his first Masters.\nY.E. Yang drives down the fairway on No. 17.\nIan Poulter hits from the fairway during Thursday's round.\nThis patron has enjoyed the Masters since the 50s.\nFred Couples is playing in the Masters for the 30th time.\nMatteo Manassero hits his tee shot on No. 4.\nJason Dufner hits out of a bunker for his third shot on No.7.\nJonas Blixt heads to the 15th green.\nCraig Stadler hits down the fairway on Thursday.\nGary Woodland plays out of a bunker on No. 2 in the first round.\nJack Nicklaus drives on the first hole.\nJack Nicklaus and his granddaughter, Casey, putt during the Par 3 contest.\nArnold Palmer heads down the steps of the Par 3 course.\nGary Player executes his tee shot on the first hole.\nHonorary starter Arnold Palmer hits the opening shot of the 78th Masters.\nThe Augusta National clubhouse is seen in the early morning light before the start of the Masters.\nJason and Ellie Day enjoy the competition.\nBill Haas carries the next generation of the Haas family at Augusta.\nHigh-kicking Gary Player is a model of fitness.\nScott Stallings' son, Finn, is an eager player.\nNick Faldo reacts to a poor putt.\nGrounds crew mowers line up in perfect symmetry.\nGary Player leads his playing partners, Palmer and Nicklaus, to the flag.\nAugusta National member and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is a spectator at the Par 3 contest.\nPatrons watch players practice on the 16th hole.\nThongchai Jaide skips his ball across the pond on No. 16.\nBilly Horschel and Matt Every practice on No. 2.\nMartin Kaymer takes a shot down the seventh hole during Wednesday's practice round.\nRory McIlroy tries a lefty chip shot with his putter on No. 16 during Wednesday's practice round.\nKevin Stadler practices a bunker shot.\nJohn Huh drives on No. 17 on Wednesday.\nA course assistants directs golfers during Wednesday's practice rounds.\nBernhard Langer practices on the first hole.\nAll is serene at the 13th hole.\nMartin Kaymer takes a swing on Wednesday.\nA caddie tends the flag during Tuesday's practice rounds.\nComing in close on a greenside bunker.\nDefending champion Adam Scott contemplates his next shot.\nPatrons consult the course map.\nA rare opportunity for a family to walk the fairway at Augusta.\nA green-clad trio picnics along the fairway.\nPatrons are very interested in watching Adam Scott practice his putting on the 10th green.\nThe grounds crew works on the ninth green.\nA grounds crew member waters the green on the second hole.\nNot a bad shift for the Richmond County sheriffs.\nFlags atop the leader board represent the countries of all the players at the 2014 Masters.\nThe grounds crew works hard to maintain Augusta National's green look.