A Kuchar approach from 252 yards out on No. 15 that almost rolls in for the fifth double eagle in Masters history.
Watson hitting such a massive drive on 15, he leaves himself an 8-iron. No. 15, as you recall, is a par 5.
A thrilling Watson birdie on 16, followed by a disastrous Watson drive into the pines on 17. A few seconds later, an Oosthuizen club drop after missing a drive a mile right.
A birdie putt on 18 for Oosthuizen that does everything right but go in. "I thought it was over," he says.
A crazy, impossible, spinning hook from the pine straws to the 10th green for Watson: "It hooked 40 yards."
A champion who went to college 100 miles away, began the week a 38-to-1 shot and was nervous enough that he lined up a 6-inch putt before tapping in.
Chants of "Bubba!" "Bubba!"
Hugs and tears from his friends and competitors on the tour.
All-white duds, long black hair and a pink-headed driver.
A joke about being "sad" that he will lose his customary stall. Next stop: The Champions Locker Room.
As usual, Masters full of surprises, excitement
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