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Recent Masters winners:
2011 – Charl Schwartzel
Finished on 274 (-14) to win by two shots.
Schwartzel was tied for second on Sunday but a stunning round of 66, with four successive birdies on the final four holes, saw him win by two strokes. Rory McIlroy had a four shot lead going into Sunday but scored 80 to blow his chance of a first Masters title. Then world number one, Martin Kaymer, failed to even make the cut for the weekend last year.
2010 – Phil Mickelson
Finished on 272 (-16) to win by three shots.
Crowd favourite Phil Mickelson claimed his third Masters title in 2010, shot two rounds of 67 over the weekend to secure victory, including a bogey-free final round. 2010 saw the return of four-time champion, Tiger Woods, after difficulty on and off the course. Woods was still ranked No. 1 and returned to Augusta with a joint fourth place finish.
2009 – Angel Cabrera
Finished on 276 (-12) won on second playoff hole against Kenny Perry.
Cabrera dug deep to claim his first Masters title in 2009, which also the first win by an Argentinean. The 2007 US Open champion got home for par in the first playoff hole, despite flirting with the trees to the right on the 18th and made par on the second hole to edge out Kenny Perry. He was the lowest-ranked golfer to win the Masters, starting the tournament at 69th.
2008 – Trevor Immelman
Finished on 280 (-8) won by three shots from Tiger Woods.
South African, Trevor Immelman, held or tied for the lead on all four days at Augusta in 2008 and shot 75 on a wind affected Sunday to win by three strokes. The 28-year-old played steady golf all week, finishing first in driving accuracy (48 of 56), tied for second in greens in regulation (51 of 72), fourth in driving distance (287.5 yards) and tied for fourth in putts (112).
2007 – Zach Johnson
Finished on 289 (+1) winning by two shots
Zach Johnson became only the third ever player to win the Masters with an over par score, tied with Sam Snead (1954) and Jack Burke Jr. (1956) on one over as a winning score. Came into contention on the final two days where his careful iron play in difficult conditions saw him home. He claimed his first green jacket with a great run over the last six holes on Sunday, scoring three birdies to pull away from the rest of the field.