Adam Scott drains this putt on the second playoff hole to win his first ever Masters

For years we questioned just what type of putter Adam Scott really was. He has the picture-perfect golf swing and we all knew that would take him far, but nobody really knew if his ability to make the big putt would take him as far as his dreams.

That was all answered on Sunday at Augusta National. Scott had a putt on the 72nd hole to get him to 9-under and drained it, and after making a tricky par putt on the first playoff hole, came to No. 10 in hopes of bringing that first green jacket back to Australia.

Angel Cabrera hit a great putt that just wouldn't drop, and the stage was set for Scott, who drained the putt and won his first major championship.

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