The Masters Just Had One Of The Most Thrilling Finishes In Tournament History

Golf's legendary major went to a playoff before Adam Scott — no, not that Adam Scott — took the Green Jacket.

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By the end of the fourth and final day of the 2013 Masters tournament, Tiger Woods was done for and it had come down to two men: Argentina's Angel Cabrera and Australia's Adam Scott, who shared the lead going into the final hole. After Scott birdied this putt on 18, it looked like he had the Green Jacket in his grasp.

But, needing a birdie himself on the tournament's final hole, Cabrera hit this tremendous iron shot to put himself within striking distance. He hit the putt easily, pushing the Masters into a playoff.

Here, the two golfers greeted each other before the first playoff hole. Both guys were hard to root against: while each was a class act, Cabrera would've been the second-oldest golfer to ever win the Masters, and Adam Scott was very handsome.

How'd Adam Scott celebrate immediately after sealing up the biggest tournament of his life? Shaking his ass, of course. That's how you celebrate becoming the first Australian to ever win the Masters.

Sorry. Wrong Adam Scott.