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Peter Hanson endeared himself to weekend duffers everywhere with his shank off the 12th tee.
Bubba Watson started the day by watching the rarest shot in golf. He ended another thrill-a-minute Sunday at Augusta National with a signature shot of his own to win the Masters.
The rarest shot in golf can happen any time Bubba Watson has a golf club in hands.
Louis Oosthuizen sank his albatross and was clinging to the lead. Phil Mickelson made his mistake and was trying to come back.
Louis Oosthuizen trimmed three shots off his score with one smooth swing. Phil Mickelson added three to his with one shaky decision.
A cluttered leaderboard. A magical golf course. A perfect, sunny day seemingly made for low scores. A guy named Phil Mickelson going for a fourth green jacket.
Ambling down the first fairway, leading the Masters at 52 years young, Freddie Couples heard the cheers and turned to the fans. "However long it lasts," he said with a shrug.
Well, that was fun while it lasted.
The Masters began for Phil Mickelson earlier than anyone else, while most were wolfing down scrambled eggs in the clubhouse or still fast asleep in their beds. Slipping on a green jacket in the harsh early morning light, he headed to the first hole to cheer on the ceremonial tee shots of players whose names are etched into the very fabric of the game.