2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson, 12th hole
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The 2020 Masters offers photographers a rare, unobstructed look at Augusta National Golf Course, so here are some of the best shots from Sunday's final round

2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson, 12th hole
Dustin Johnson let this tee shot fly on the 12th hole in the final round. At this point, DJ led by three shots -- it wasn't a coronation just yet, but the jacket was in sight. Also in sight: unobstructed views of Augusta National, which featured no patrons or grandstands for this year's event. Scroll through these images for some incredible looks at a Masters Sunday unlike any other.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson, 13th fairway
Johnson had a commanding lead as he passed through Amen Corner.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson, 13th hole
Johnson birdied the par-5 13th hole, and added birdies on 14 and 15 to expand his lead and turn the final holes into a coronation.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson and Austin Johnson
On the 18th hole, Johnson had little left to do. He and his caddie, his younger brother Austin, lined things up before DJ two-putted for par and a green jacket. (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky
Moments after the final putt dropped, Johnson celebrated on the 18th green with his fiancee, Paulina Gretzky.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Austin Johnson
To the victor goes the spoils. And to the winning caddie, the 18th-hole pin.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods
The celebration after the round was limited because of the pandemic, but Johnson did receive his new jacket courtesy of 2019 champion Tiger Woods.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Sungjae Im, 12th hole
Sungjae Im got this ball up and down from the front bunker on 12, and turned in one of the best performances in recent memory by a Masters rookie. He shot a 69 and tied for second, five shots behind Johnson.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Cameron Smith, 18th hole
Cameron Smith wasn't thrilled with his approach to the 18th green, but he went on to make a par and sign for 69. He finished tied with Im for second place.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods teed off well before the leaders on Sunday and was never a threat to win. His round will be remembered for a tough piece of personal history: He made a 10 on the par-3 12, the highest score he’s ever recorded at the Masters. Woods splashed his tee shot into Rae’s creek, and also rinsed his first shot from a drop area. He hit his next ball over the green into the back bunker. From there, he had a tough lie and stance, and when he blasted out, his ball bounded over the green and into the creek yet again. Woods then dropped in the same spot in the bunker, blasted out and two-putted for a stunning septuple bogey. To Woods' credit, he birdied five of his next six holes to sign for a 76.
 (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas shot a final-round 70 and finished alone in fourth place.
 (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy shot 69 on Sunday to tie for fifth place.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Bernhard Langer
At 63, Bernhard Langer became the oldest player to make the cut at the Masters. He shot a 71 on Sunday and tied for 29th.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Abraham Ancer
Abraham Ancer shot a 4-over 76 and dropped into a tie for 13th.  (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
2020 Masters Sunday: Phil Mickelson
Phil Mickelson shot a 73 and finished 3-over for the tournament.
 (Scott Halleran/Scott Halleran)
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