Sports Illustrated’s Best Photos from 2009 Masters

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SI's Best Shots from the 2009 Masters Angel Cabrera won his second major tournament on Sunday in a playoff with Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell.
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Sergio Garcia dubbed Augusta "too tricky" in an interview after his final round 74.
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After making a stunning 11 birdies in the second round, Anthony Kim dropped out of contention with a 72-74 over the weekend.
4 of 15 Fred Vuich/SI
Gary Player acknowledged the crowd as he crossed the Sarazen bridge Friday at the 15th hole, in what would be his last round at the Masters.
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"It was fun to have a chance on the back nine. I think that's what we always want as players," Mickelson said.
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"I fought my swing all day and just kind of Band-Aided around and almost won the tournament with a Band-Aid swing today," Woods said after the tournament.
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Fans reacted as Woods made his second-straight birdie on the 16th hole.
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"I just yanked it, just quit on it," Mickelson said of his shot on 12 that ended up in the water, "and the ball went dead right."
9 of 15 Robert Beck/SI
On the 13th green, Woods and Mickelson both missed long eagle putts and settled for birdies.
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"It was the most fun I ever had on a golf course," said Jim "Bones" Mackay, Mickelson's caddie, of the final round.
11 of 15 Bob Martin/SI
All the early focus Sunday was on Woods and Phil Mickelson, as both looked poised to make a move at the lead.
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Mickelson ended up finishing one stroke ahead of Woods.
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Tiger Woods struggled off the tee on the first hole Sunday. "It's one of the worst tee shots I've ever hit starting out," Woods said.
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Perry just missed this chip, but left himself an easy par putt to stay alive in the playoff and move on to the second hole.
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Vijay Singh didn't break 70 in any of his four rounds at Augusta.