Bubba Watson won the 76th U.S. Masters as he beat South African Louis Oosthuizen at the second hole of a sudden death playoff at Augusta National on Sunday, ESPN reports.
Watson, who was winning his first major title, played a remarkable shot from the trees at the 10th to find the green, according to a CNN article.
"I never got this far in my dreams," said Watson.
Oosthuizen's highlight of the afternoon was his double-eagle on the par-5 second hole, ESPN reports. The miraculous shot resulted in an albatross, one of the rarest occurrences in the sport of golf.
It was only the fourth in three-under-par double-eagle the history of the Masters.