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Topic - Angel Cabrera
Adam Scott is relishing every part of being Masters champion.
Adam Scott considers it the signature moment of his career, even if it wasn't the putt that made him the first Australian to win the Masters.
A rain delay of nearly three hours made fans a little more boisterous when play resumed Friday at the Presidents Cup.
Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera has withdrawn from the PGA Championship because of an injured left wrist.
This already is shaping up as a yellow British Open.
Maybe winning really does take care of everything.
Adam Scott's playoff victory over Angel Cabrera helped provide a 26 percent boost in overnight ratings for the Masters on CBS.
Rory McIlroy might be a good pick for anyone looking for an early U.S. Open favorite.
It was easy to root for the guy who won.
There are some great nicknames on display at the Masters.
“I hit them like I wanted but I went away with empty hands,” Cabrera said with a shrug.
"Even the American crowd was on our side," he said. "They were trying to get him to shut his mouth, and he did, and then got probably the biggest cheer of the week for us was when he rolled that putt in."