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>> The comeback of a lifetime to win the Masters. Sergio Garcia ending a career-long majors drought as the sun set Sunday evening, beating Justin Rose in a sudden-death tiebreaker to win the US Masters Golf Tournament. I'm Reuters sports correspondent Rory Carroll at Augusta National Golf course with the 2017 US Masters finishing in thrilling fashion.
37 year old Spaniard Sergio Garcia winning his first major title, defeating Englishman Justin Rose in extra holes. Garcia began the day in the lead, gave up that lead to Rose, and then stormed back. It appeared that Garcia had it wrapped up on the 18th hole, but missed a key putt.
That sent the tournament into extra holes. But those the Spaniard who held tough in the playoff, birdying the hole. The tournament, which began Thursday amid high winds after big storms early in the week, finished with spectacular sunshine, happy patrons, and great golf.