Sunday's Birdies and Bogeys\nWho were the winners and losers on Sunday at Augusta National? It's time to take a closer look with another edition of birdies and bogeys.\nBirdie: Adam Scott\n\nScott 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."\nBogey: Brandt Snedeker\n\nFive years after he surged and then crashed in dramatic fashion on Sunday at the Masters, a wiser Snedeker said he was better prepared for the pressure of a final round here. For nine holes, that seemed true. But then he missed a two-footer for par on the 10th hole, and he began to unravel. With four bogeys on the back side, the excitable Snedeker will have to wait for another chance at making that next big step.\nBogey: Tiger Woods\n\nHe made another spirited run up the leader board late, but even with all the hysteria surrounding his two-shot penalty on Saturday, the real disappointment from Woods was his inability to muster enough of a charge earlier in the final round. Woods bogeyed two holes and failed to birdie either of the par 5s on the front side, only to try to play catch-up over the closing holes. It was an exciting run, sure, but in the minds of the guys in front of him, it was never a legitimate threat.\nBirdie: Angel Cabrera\n\nHe had fallen so far in the world ranking (269th) that even John Daly was ahead of him, yet this week, Cabrera looked more like the player who had already won two majors. He came within inches of a third on Sunday, which would have made him a lock for the World Golf Hall of Fame. Yet even in coming up short, "El Pato" was relentless. After seeing his three-shot lead slip away, he birdied the 16th hole to pull back into a tie once, then knocked his approach on the 18th stiff to force a playoff with Adam Scott. An inch or two one way or another in the playoff and we'd be talking about Cabrera as a two-time Masters champ. Instead, we'll just refer to him as a guy who never quits.\nBirdie: No. 12\n\nWe're not sure Kevin Na and Bubba Watson are in the mood to sing its praises, but the fact that both players carded 10s here proves this 157-yard charmer has plenty of bite as well. Na said he aimed right at the flagstick and dunked it in the water, then tried the exact same shot and dunked it again. Told that Watson made the same number on the hole, Na took some solace. "That makes me feel a little better," he said. Said Watson: "If you're not going to win you have to get in the record book somehow."\nBogey: The Rain\n\nConsidering the bad luck the PGA Tour has had with weather this year (Can you say snow storm in the desert?), it's tough to complain about a week that didn't face a single delay. That being said, rain Sunday afternoon took the shine off Augusta National's famed beauty and more importantly, it altered the putting surfaces dramatically. On a course known for its slick greens, players weren't able to adjust to the slower surfaces, leaving putt after putt short and taking some excitement away from a day that usually produces lower scoring.\nBirdie: Marc Leishman\n\nPlenty of guys shoot good numbers the first day at Augusta National and then disappear into the azaleas. The remarkable thing about Leishman is after his opening 66, he never went away, remaining on the leader board all week in his second Masters to finish T-4. He fell short of a green jacket, but given how comfortable Leishman looked at Augusta National, perhaps there's one in his future.\nBogey: European Stars\n\nThe group we've become accustomed to seeing dominate at the Ryder Cup came up short here again. Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose remained major-less, and other big names like Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell and Martin Kaymer didn't come close to ending a Masters drought for Europe that dates back to Jose Maria Olazabal's win in 1999.\nBirdie: Thomas Vonn\n\nThe ex-husband of Lindsey Vonn -- aka "the guy that used to be married to the woman who is now dating Tiger Woods" -- took a shot at Woods in a Facebook and Twitter post, saying: "No problem Masters tournament happy to call in and help. You always have to keep an eye on those cheaters ;)." We're not sure Tom is bitter or funny, or maybe a little bit of both, but we appreciated the chuckle.\nBirdie: Tianlang Guan\n\nThe 14-year-old from China made history just by making it into the field this week, but with each passing day, he won over people more with his precocious playing. First, Guan survived a rare slow-play penalty to be the most surprising name sticking around for the weekend. Then, he continued his solid golf, despite his lack of length, shooting rounds of 79-75 to close out a tournament at which most people didn't expect him to break 80 in any round. Most astonishing? The phenom managed to navigate Augusta National's treacherous greens without making a three-putt all week.\nBirdie: Nick Price\n\nHe wasn't anywhere near Augusta National on Sunday, but Price, the International team captain for this year's Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village, had to like what he saw from some of his prospective players. While Adam Scott and Jason Day were hardly surprises to play well, Marc Leishman was a welcome development, and Angel Cabrera looks like he has recovered from a recent slump. The fall is a long way off, but it always helps to have an early sense of your options, especially when they're as appealing as these ones.\nBirdie: Bernhard Langer\n\nTwenty years after his second Masters win, the 55-year-old was intent on being more than a museum piece this week, birdieing his first three holes to move within two shots of the lead at one point. He eventually tapered off to shoot 76, but it was an impressive run from a guy still capable of some decent golf. Now if we could just do something about that shirt...\nBogey: American Stars\n\nThe 2013 season started with players representing the red, white and blue winning the first 14 events. But in the season's first major championship, no U.S. player was a real factor down the stretch. While Tiger Woods' up-and-down week ended with a T-4, Brandt Snedeker collapsed on the back nine and he wasn't alone in his struggles. Others like Matt Kuchar and Rickie Fowler began the day with outside chances, but played their way out quickly. Defending champion Bubba Watson made a 10 on a hole and even Phil Mickelson shot over par on his favorite course for an unthinkable third straight day.\nBirdie: Thorbjorn Olesen\n\nOlesen burst onto the world scene with a T-9 at last year's British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. A deal with Nike has helped increase his exposure and steady play has him in the top 40 of the Official World Golf Ranking. His Sunday 68 to finish in the top 10 certainly won't hurt that and at just 23, we can expect to see a lot more of this flashy Dane in the future.