Masters 2013 Sports Illustrated’s Best Photos

1 of 21 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Adam Scott broke through for his first major title and became the first Australian to win a green jacket.
2 of 21 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Scott defeated Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a playoff.
3 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Scott credited his caddie, Steve Williams, with the read on the winning putt.
4 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
"What an incredible day," Scott said. "Everything fell my way in the end."
5 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Cabrera barely missed his birdie putt on the second playoff hole.
6 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Scott birdied the 18th hole in regulation to finish with the lead.
7 of 21 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
"I was really pumped, and I felt like this was my chance and I took it," Scott said.
8 of 21 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
"I really felt [the patrons] were on my side a little bit in regulation coming down the last couple holes," Scott said. "They wanted me to do something, and that's a great feeling."
9 of 21 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Cabrera, playing in the final group behind Scott, also birdied the 18th hole to force a playoff.
10 of 21 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
"His chip on the first playoff hole was just beautiful, and unlucky not to go in," Scott said of Cabrera.
11 of 21 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
Cabrera made two bogeys on the back nine.
12 of 21 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
But Cabrera -- who had his son, Angel Cabrera Jr., on the bag -- birdied two of the last three holes to tie Scott.
13 of 21 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
Tiger Woods tried to rally on the back nine, but he finished tied for fourth.
14 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Woods struggled on the front nine with two bogeys and a birdie.
15 of 21 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
Woods had trouble finding the fairway in the final round.
16 of 21 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Woods was paired with Tim Clark on Sunday.
17 of 21 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
"I certainly had a chance," Woods said. "If I would have posted a number today, I was right there."
18 of 21 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
"I played this week the way I've been playing all year, and that's a good sign," Woods said.
19 of 21 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Woods nearly found the hazard on the left side of the second fairway.
20 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Jason Day holed a bunker shot for eagle on the par-5 second hole. He finished third.
21 of 21 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Fred Couples was in the final group on Saturday, but he faded over the weekend with scores of 77-71.