Photo Essay: Masters Outtakes
April 08, 2012
Workers update the leader board Saturday morning.
Matt Kuchar's third shot on No. 15 during the third round.
A quiet clubhouse on Saturday.
Phil Mickelson's amazing flop shot on No. 15 during the third round.
Rory McIlroy taps in for birdie on No. 18 to end a disappointing third round in which he fell out of contention.
Paul Lawrie hits from a bunker on the 18th hole - it wasn't much of a moving day for him.
Tiger Woods hits his second shot from a bunker on No. 8 during the third round. He failed to capitalize on Augusta National's par 5s all week.
Rory McIlroy hits out of the rough on No. 7 during a disastrous front-nine 42 on Saturday.
Louis Oosthuizen hits an approach shot on Saturday. He shot a 69 to climb the leaderboard.
Phil Mickelson's second shot on No. 18 on Saturday. He would birdie the hole for a third straight day to earn a spot in Sunday's final pairing.
Matt Kuchar celebrates his closing birdie on Saturday.
Sergio Garcia looking deflated after shooting a 75 on Saturday.
A co-leader through 36 holes, fan-favorite Fred Couples faded over the weekend.
Phil Mickelson hits his driver off the deck on No. 8 during the final round.
In one of the final groups, Hunter Mahan failed to make a move on Sunday.
Louis Oosthuizen celebrates his historic albatross on No. 2, which vaulted him into the lead.
Padraig Harrington got into contention over the weekend, before his putting let him down.
Phil Mickelson yells "Fore!" after his wayward tee shot on No. 4, which led to a triple bogey on Sunday.
Bubba Watson and his caddie, Ted Scott, walk to the sixteenth green on Sunday.
Playing in the final group, Peter Hanson bogeyed two of the first three holes, but rallied to finish T-3.
Bubba Watson tees off No. 10 during the final round.
Lee Westwood contended all week, but came up short yet again in his attempt at winning a first major championship.
Bubba Watson's miraculous wedge shot on the second playoff hole. He would go on to make par and win the Masters.
Bubba Watson shining bright in his new green jacket.