Sergio Garcia beat Justin Rose in a dramatic play-off for the Masters on Sunday, to win his first ever major championship.
Rose had overturned an early three-stroke deficit to lead by a shot after 16 holes, but bogeyed the 17th and then failed to convert a birdie attempt from seven feet on the last.
That left Garcia with a putt to win his first major title at the 74th attempt, but his putt from five feet slid past the hole and left the Ryder Cup team-mates tied on nine under par.
However Garcia held his nerve to win the play-off, on the day that Spanish golfing great Seve Ballesteros would have celebrated his 60th birthday.
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(USA unless stated, all times Local, -5hrs from BST), (a) denotes amateurs:
1005 Ernie Els (Rsa)
1015 Marc Leishman (Aus), Larry Mize
1025 Andrew Sullivan (Eng), Bernd Wiesberger (Aut)
1035 Curtis Luck (a) (Aus), James Hahn
1045 Adam Hadwin (Can), Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa)
1055 Ross Fisher (Eng), Daniel Summerhays
1105 Kevin Kisner, Byeong-Hun An (Kor)
1115 Brendan Steele, J.B. Holmes
1125 Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng), Emiliano Grillo (Arg)
1145 Stewart Hagestad (a), Daniel Berger
1155 Francesco Molinari (Ita), Brian Stuard
1205 Martin Kaymer (Ger), Branden Grace (Rsa)
1215 Steve Stricker, Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn)
1225 Jason Day (Aus), Justin Thomas
1235 Bill Haas, Phil Mickelson
1245 Pat Perez, Russell Henley
1255 Brandt Snedeker, Brooks Koepka
1305 Jason Dufner, Fred Couples
1325 Kevin Chappell, Jimmy Walker
1335 Jon Rahm (Spa), William McGirt
1345 Matt Kuchar, Rory McIlroy (NIrl)
1355 Paul Casey (Eng), Soren Kjeldsen (Den)
1405 Lee Westwood (Eng), Thomas Pieters (Bel)
1415 Adam Scott (Aus), Charl Schwartzel (Rsa)
1425 Ryan Moore, Charley Hoffman
1435 Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth
1445 Justin Rose (Eng), Sergio Garcia (Spa)
Welcome to The Independent's live coverage of the final day at The Masters, where we'll bring you all the action from the fourth round where the Green Jacket is up for grabs.
Two Europeans lead the way after Justin Rose carded a magnificent five-under 67 on Saturday to join Sergio Garcia at the top of the leaderboard on -6, though the pair have a quartet of Americans chasing them down in Rickie Fowler (-5), Jordan Spieth, Ryan Moore and Charley Hoffman (all -4).
Past winner Adam Scott is also in contention, with the Australian beginning the day on -3, one shot ahead of 2011 winner Charl Schwartzel, while Britain's Lee Westwood and Paul Casey are also in touch on -1 and level par respectively.
The action gets underway at 15:06 BST when Ernie Els begins his final round, with the final group due out at 19:45 BST.
Follow all the latest news and updates here throughout the day.
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Right, let's get things started! Ernie Els is out first to get today's proceedings under way. The South African heads into the last round on 14+. Not ideal... Let's hope he can make a decent start.
The South African holes out for par. He had the chance to take the first hole in three but his first putt let him down and Els resigned to a simple tap-in from 4 inches out.
Mize (+13) & Marc Leishman (+11):
Larry Mize opens with par on the first hole but it's not such a good start for Leishman. The Australian makes it to within seven foot of the pin in four shoots before taking two putts to finally sink it. A double-bogey that puts him on +11.
Another par for Els who takes the second hole in five shots.
Sullivan (+9) & Wiesberger (+9):
Andy Sullivan had the chance to be the first player of the day to make birdie on the Tea Olive but fluffs his first putt attempt from 10 feet. He follows it up with a simple tap-in from two feet for par. Bernd Wiesberger joins him in completing the first hole in regulation.
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