American Bubba Watson won The Masters after a play-off win over South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen on a thrilling Sunday at Augusta National.
The world number four saw off the 2010 Open champion at the second extra hole to become the fifth left-handed player to win the tournament in the last ten years.
The duo, paired together for the final round, finished on 10 under par with a series of thrilling moments along the way.
Oosthuizen kicked things off with an extraordinary 253-yard shot on the second to record the first albatross two at the hole in the history of the competition.
Phil Mickelson was left to rue a triple bogey at the fourth hole as he finished on eight under.
The 33-year-old, real name Gerry, was keeping up with four birdies on the back nine giving him the chance to seal his first Major win.
Victory came on the second play-of hole with Oosthuizen failing to save par and Watson took advantage to take the green jacket.
Overnight leader Peter Hanson finished joint third with Mickelson, Matt Kuchar and Lee Westwood, whose putting let him down once more.
Scotland’s Paul Lawrie finished on one over par for the tournament after a final round 76, his worst of the week.
Fellow Scot Martin Laird finished near the back of the pack on eleven over.