2011 Masters: Exclusive Outtakes\nCircling the Bear: Jack Nicklaus talks with the media after his ceremonial tee shot.\nAmateur Peter Uihlein hits his second shot on No. 13 during the first round.\nAlvaro Quiros made eight birdies in the first round en route to a 65.\nHideki Matsuyama was the only amateur to play into the weekend.\nJhonattan Vegas did not make the cut in his first appearance at the Masters.\nTiger Woods had a chance for an eagle putt on No. 15 in the second round.\nPhil Mickelson's fourth bogey on Friday was on No. 11.\nLuke Donald had a strong showing in the Masters, finishing T-4 with Tiger Woods and Geoff Ogilvy.\nGeoff Ogilvy tees off on No. 15 during the third round.\nRory McIlroy has trouble coming out of the bunker on No. 2 in the final round.\nTiger Woods hit the practice putting green after finishing his third round.\nAdam Scott hits his second shot on No.17 on Sunday after his wayward drive landed in a greenside bunker on the seventh hole.\nRory McIlroy had the unenviable task of hitting from outside the Butler Cabin on No. 10.\nCharl Schwartzel saved his best round for Sunday.\nTiger Woods tees off on No.16 during the fourth round.\nK.J. Choi bogeyed the last two holes on Sunday. Here he hits out of a greenside bunker on No.18.\nAdam Scott tees off on No. 18 en route to a 67 in his final round.\nThe new Masters champion: Charl Schwartzel celebrates his victory on No. 18.