Adam Scott makes one of the most clutch putts in Masters history on the 18th hole

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As Adam Scott was walking to his ball in the rough just left of the 18th fairway, the announcers let us know that the Australian had never made birdie on the final hole in the final round of the Masters.

Scott, a man that had his heart broken last year at the British Open, had to hole a 25-footer on the 18th hole to give him a one shot lead over Angel Cabrera, and much like Phil Mickelson in 2004, caught the left lip and saw the putt drop.

It was definitely the biggest putt of Scott's career and one of the most clutch in the history of the Masters.

Unfortunately for Scott, Angel Cabrera was behind him, and hit one of the best approaches we've seen on the 72nd hole in ages, matching the Australian's birdie to get both in a playoff.

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