Final Round of the Masters

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Final Round of the Masters Tiger Woods blasted out of the pine needles with his second shot on the par-5 13th hole at Augusta National. Woods made five on the hole, carded a par 72 and finished the tournament at five under, three shots back of Trevor Immelman.
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"As they say, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger," Casey said after his round. "I still had a great week. It's very disappointing today and I'll go away and think about this, but I got to take the positives out of it as I always try and do and there was some very, very good golf so far this, that I played this week."
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Paul Casey had to take a penalty stroke on the sixth green when his ball moved. He bogeyed the hole and went on to shoot 79.
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Four straight bogeys on the back nine dropped Steve Flesch out of contention. He finished at two under par.
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Boo Weekley double bogeyed the par-5 15th hole. He finished at three over par.
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Patrons enjoyed pimento cheese sandwiches and azalea cocktails outside on Sunday.
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Stewart Cink, who played with Woods on Sunday, finished at four under par, tied with Snedeker in third place.
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Patrons gathered under the shade of the oak tree outside the Augusta National clubhouse.
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Snedeker finished four strokes off the lead at four under par.
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Snedeker missed a birdie putt on the third hole.
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Brandt Snedeker made up for his bogey on the first hole with an eagle on the second.
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"Just to be a major champion and be a champion here at the Masters is, that's what I've dreamt about since I was a very young man," Immelman said. "And at times you doubt whether you're good enough to get it done and at times when things are going wrong you wonder if it will ever happen. But I'm living proof that if you work hard and believe in yourself it can happen."
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Immelman became the 2008 Masters Champion despite a final-round 75.
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"I didn't putt well all week," Woods said after his round. "I kept dragging the blade. I wasn't releasing it, wasn't getting the overspin like I normally do. Out here if you're not starting the ball perfectly on line, you're not going to make any putts."
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With three bogeys and three birdies, Woods was at even par for the day.
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Immelman is the first South African Masters champion since Gary Player.
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"Even though I shot what I shot today, it was just so difficult out there," Immelman said. "And I'm real proud of myself for hanging in there through the adversity today and just trying to keep my chin up and stay focused and just try and hit shot for shot."
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Immelman won his first major championship at eight under par on Sunday at Augusta National.
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"I'm closer than ever probably to competing for the green jacket and it's hard to know that I have to wait 51 weeks to give it another shot, but I think I'll be back," Cink said.