2021 Masters Sunday
14 Images

2021 Masters final round in pictures

2021 Masters Sunday
After a third round that was marked by a rain delay, the sun shined down upon the 6th hole, and the rest of Augusta National, throughout Sunday's final round.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Hideki Matsuyama began the final round with a four-shot lead, but it was quickly cut to two after he bogeyed the opening hole as Will Zalatoris started birdie-birdie. But Matsuyama steadied himself as the front nine progressed, making a birdie on No. 2 and five straight pars before another birdie here at the par 5 8th.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Matsuyama made a bogey here at the par-3 12th as his playing partner Xander Schauffele made birdie, but Matsuyama still led by five and appeared to be in control.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Matsuyama birdied the par-5 13th alongside Schauffele to maintain his five-shot edge.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
The 18th hole leaderboard told the story as the final group arrived at the scene: Matsuyama led Will Zalatoris by two shots and needed a bogey to win.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Matsuyama split the fairway with his tee shot on 18th, and later said that was the moment he knew he'd won the event.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
When the final dropped, Matsuyama officially made history as the first green-jacket winner from Japan. (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
The Masters ended with a man from South Carolina, Dustin Johnson, slipping a jacket onto a winner from Japan. (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
To the victor goes the spoils -- this trophy, in addition to the jacket.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Jordan Spieth shot a two-under 70 and tied for third place.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Will Zalatoris was trying to become the first player to win the green jacket in his Masters debut since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Zalatoris shot a two-under 70. When Matsuyama bogeyed 18, Zalatoris was just one shot back, alone in 2nd place.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Justin Rose led this event through 18 and 36 holes, but wasn't able to make much of a move on the weekend. He shot a two-over 74 on Sunday and finished in seventh place.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2021 Masters Sunday
Marc Leishman was trying to become the second Australian to win the Masters. He shot a 73 and tied for 5th.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
1/14