• Watson wins at eight under par 280
  • Rookies Jonas Blixt and Jordan Spieth share second on five under
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez finishes fourth at four under par
  • Six Europeans in top ten

By Roddy Williams and Matt Sherry


Well, that's just about it from us here at Augusta National for the 2014 Masters Tournament. Been a week full of twists and turns and in the end it was Bubba Watson who came out on top. Congratulations to Bubba and until next time, it's goodbye from us.




The final leaderboard near the 18th hole after the final round of the 2014 Masters Tournament


Brilliant Bubba back in green

American Bubba Watson claimed his second Masters title in three years on Sunday as the weight of history finally proved too much for Jordan Spieth.


Westwood reflects on bittersweet week

Lee Westwood looked back with mixed emotions after yet another top-10 Major Championship finish.


Hungry Jiménez looking forward

Evergreen Miguel Ángel Jiménez immediately set his sights on a place in Europe’s Ryder Cup Team after finishing fourth in the Masters Tournament.

Masters Tournament - Day 4 in Numbers

2 – Green Jackets for Bubba Watson!

8 – Under par by the Champion

3 – stroke victory

7 – players finished under par

6 – Europeans finish in the top ten

67 – best round of the final day by Joost Luiten

5 – sub-70 rounds of the final day, by Luiten, Stewart CInk, Bernhard Langer, Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson

2 – rookies sharing second place

5 – birdies by Watson in his final round

20 – eagles over the week

874 –birdies over the four rounds

1166 – bogeys

133 – double bogeys

13 – more than a double….

11 – the hardest hole on the course

13 – the easiest

144 – yards left for Bubba Watson’s approach to the 13th after an enormous drive on the 530 yard hole

13 – players earn an invite to the 2015 Masters after finishing in a tie for 12th or better. That includes all those at level par and better,


Adam Scott presents Bubba Watson with the green jacket


With this win: Bubba Watson - 2014 Masters Champion

  • His  second European Tour International Schedule victory in his 40th European Tour event.

  • Could move to as high as fourth in the Official World Golf Ranking from 12th.

  • His second Major Championship victory in his 25th Major Championship appearance.

  • His second Major Championship victory following his first success in the 2012 Masters Tournament.

  • His second victory comes in his sixth appearance in the Masters Tournament.

  • Becomes the 17th different player to record multiple victories in the Masters Tournament.

  • Shared the lead going into the final round of the 2014 Masters Tournament. He made up a three shot last round deficit when he won in 2012, tying Louis Oosthuizen in regulation play, before winning the play-off.

  • Moves into joint second place in the all-time list of players to win the second Masters title in the fewest number appearances with six. Horton Smith (won his two from three appearances). Next are Jimmy Demaret (won his first two from six appearances), then alongside Arnold Palmer (won his first two from six appearances).

  • Left-handers have now won six of the last 12 Masters Tournaments, dating back to 2003. They are: Mike Weir (2003), Phil Mickelson (2004, 2006, 2010) and Bubba Watson (2012 and 2014).

  • Is the ninth Major Championship won by a left-hander. Phil Mickelson (five), Bubba Watson (two), Bob Charles and Mike Weir (both with one).

  • Playing in the last group in the final round. The winner has played in the last match on Sunday in 20 of the last 24 years.

  • This was the first time he had led a Major Championship going into the final round.

  • The 58th American victory in the Masters Tournament.



That's it! Bubba rolls it down to the edge of the cup and that's the easiest of tap in to win the 2014 Masters.




Two approaches out of the top draw from the final pairing as Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson hit their last iron shots of the 2014 Masters. Both have birdie chances from 15 feet or so, Spieth needing his for outright second. Bubba has a few in the bag...

Jordan Spieth

...on the eighth hole during the final round of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National



Two approaches out of the top drawer from the final pairing as Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson hit their last iron shots of the 2014 Masters. Both have birdie chances from 15 feet or so, Spieth needing his for outright second. Bubba has a few in the bag...


In it goes for Jonas Blixt and what a debut. 36-35 for a 71 and he will remember that first Masters appearance for a long, long time. That will also do his Ryder Cup aspirations no harm at all as he will collect a load of points on the back of that performance.




Five, five finish for Matt Kuchar and that's a little disappointing end as he closes with a 74 to finish at two under par.



Blixt chipping on the last and this has to go in. Good effort but runs four feet past.


So three shot lead playing the last and looks like it will be a victory stroll up the 18th for Bubba. Wonder if he is already thinking about slipping that green jacket back on.

Bubba Watson

...waves to the gallery after a birdie on the 13th green during the final round of the 2014 Masters



Bubba Watson has had ten one putts through his first 16 holes, No wonder he is leading by three.


And now to Blixt, needs something special to have any chance. Eight iron, but it has cme up well short of the green.


Testing chip here for Spieth on the 17th. Oh and it's brilliant. Floats it up onto the green and almost goes in. Lovely shot.

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