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Bubba Watson is done with his Masters after shooting a 5-over 77 Sunday that included a 10 on the 12th hole.
The defending champion finished the tournament at 7-over 295, 17 shots worse than the 278 he shot a year ago.
Six former Masters winners and another quintet who each won at least one of the three other major championships won't be around for the weekend at Augusta.
No other major championship has a greater collection of signature shots than the Masters, mainly because it's the only major held on the same course. And it helps that Augusta National is such a course that allows for such big moments.
They came throughout the day, a steady flow of camera-bearing patrons, all wanting to pay homage to one of the greatest shots in Masters history.
Gene Sarazen hit "the shot heard `round the world," holing out with a 4-wood from 235 yards in the 15th fairway at Augusta National in 1935. He put a 2 on his card, made up a three-shot deficit with one swing, and then beat Craig Wood in a playoff the next day.
Watson wiped away tears after winning his first major in a sudden-death playoff at the Masters Tournament last year. When asked Tuesday what he did with his green jacket, Watson broke down again.
Notable pairings include Tiger Woods with Luke Donald and Scott Piercy at 10:45 a.m., and 2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson with Ian Poulter and Steven Fox at 10:34.