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This week Robert Lee and Richard Boxall look back at all the action and talking points from the first Major of the year as Adam Scott took the honours becoming the first Australian ever to win the Masters. We hear from an ecstatic Scott and Tiger Woods tells us why he didn’t contemplate pulling out despite making the headlines on Friday for all the wrong reasons.
Langer and Couples roll back the years
On the 20th anniversary of his second Green Jacket, Bernhard Langer rolled back the years at Augusta National to lead the over 50s challenge in the Masters Tournament along with reigning Senior Open Champion Fred Couples.
With this win - Adam Scott
Adam Scott wins his first Major Championship at the 48th attempt at Augusta National.
Great Scott takes Green Jacket
Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters Tournament after dramatically overcoming Angel Cabrera to win his first Major Championship.
Play-off drama at Augusta National
Angel Cabrera and Adam Scott both birdied the 18th in dramatic circumstances as the 77th Masters Tournament went to a play-off at Augusta National.
Olesen delighted with stunning debut
Thorbjørn Olesen once again underlined his potential as he completed an impressive Masters Tournament debut with a four under par 68.
Cabrera on course for Masters crown
Angel Cabrera opened a commanding three shot lead on Augusta National’s front nine as the Argentine edged towards a second Green Jacket.
McIlroy determined to Master Augusta
Frustration was the overriding emotion for Rory McIlroy as his bid for a first Masters Tournament title ended just as the leaders teed off in their final round.
Langer off to flying start
Bernhard Langer’s chances of an incredible third Masters Tournament title on the 20th anniversary of collecting his second Green Jacket were boosted by a fantastic start to his final round.
Guan signs off after memorable week
Record-breaker Guan Tian-lang completed his fairytale Masters Tournament debut with a three over par 75 at Augusta National as he took the leading amateur crown.
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