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Masters Playoff LIVE: Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera Finish Four Rounds Tied At -9

04/14/2013 07:07 pm ET | Updated Apr 24, 2013

Adam Scott thought he had won the Masters with a sensational birdie on the 18th hole but Angel Cabrera had other ideas.

With Scott in the clubhouse, Cabrera stroked an impressive approach shot to set up a birdie of his own to force a playoff. This is the second straight year that the Masters will end in playoff.

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Tiger Woods finished tied for fourth place at -5 for the tournament, never quite overcoming a two-stroke penalty incurred on Friday.

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04/14/2013 7:38 PM EDT

He Did IT!

Adam Scott wins the Masters with his putt! An amazing win for Scott and Australia.

04/14/2013 7:37 PM EDT

SOOOOOOO Close

Cabrera's putt hangs on the lip of the hole but won't drop! He curved it beautifully! He tapped it in. Scott can win it with a putt.

04/14/2013 7:35 PM EDT

Thumbs Up

CBS catches a nice moment as the players walk to the 10th green. Cabrera flashes a thumbs up at Scott after his shot. Scott replies in kind.

04/14/2013 7:34 PM EDT

Scott Closer

Adam Scott also gets his approach on the green. Again, the balls are relatively close to another. Cabrera with an uphill look, good be in a tougher spot, though.

04/14/2013 7:33 PM EDT

Cabrera On The Green

He was away and he put his approach on the green.

04/14/2013 7:30 PM EDT

In the Fairway

Both Scott and Cabrera are in the fairway, again nearly level. Cabrera used an iron.

04/14/2013 7:25 PM EDT

Moving On

Cabrera sinks his putt and everyone heads to the 10th hole.

04/14/2013 7:25 PM EDT

Knocked It Down

Scott holes his putt and now it's Cabrera's turn.

04/14/2013 7:24 PM EDT

Just Short

Scott had a chance to win it on his own chip but his shot came up short. Cabrera is closer but both have makeable putts.

04/14/2013 7:23 PM EDT

Nearly Got It!

Cabrera nearly holed his shot. It rolled at the pin and then just tickled the edge of the cup before stopping close by. It's maybe a foot away.

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