Cabrera Takes The Masters
Congratulations to this years winner.
Angel Cabrera, who shot 71, looked like the odd man out when his tee shot on the first playoff hole landed behind a Georgia pine, and his 4-iron struck another one. But he managed to scratch out a par with a sand wedge to 8 feet and a pressure-packed putt.
When luck turned against Perry on the second extra hole - a splotch of mud on his ball in the fairway that led to a bogey - Cabrera made a routine par to become the first Argentine in a green jacket.
At No. 69 in the world, Angel Cabrera became the lowest-ranked player to win the Masters since the world ranking began in 1986.