Day 4 of the Masters at a glance

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — A brief look at the final day of the Masters on Sunday:

VICTOR: Scottie Scheffler with a 4-under 68 to finish at 277.

SPOILS: Scheffler won $3.6 million, pushing his season total to over $15 million. He also gets to take home the Masters green jacket for a year.

RUNNER-UP: Ludvig Aberg in his first major shot 69 and finished four shots behind.

SAY A PRAYER: Aberg, Collin Morikawa and Max Homa all made a double bogey around Amen Corner to fall behind.

SHOT OF THE DAY: Scheffler hit a lob wedge into the ninth hole that spun back down the ridge to within a foot. It came in the middle of three straight birdies that gave him control.

ROUND OF THE DAY: Tom Kim had a 66.

TIGER TRACKS: Tiger Woods finished at 16-over 304, his highest 72-hole score of his career.

RETURNING: Tyrrell Hatton of LIV Golf and Adam Schenk, who played his last five holes in 1 under, finished in the top 12 to earn a trip back to the Masters next year.

KEY STATISTIC: Scheffler joins Tiger Woods as the only players to twice win the Masters while ranked No. 1 in the world.

NOTEWORTHY: Two-time champion Jose Maria Olazabal closed with a 72 and tied defending champion Jon Rahm.

QUOTEWORTHY: “I hate shooting over par. I can’t tell you how much I hate shooting over par. It’s nice to not experience that yet this year.” — Scheffler, whose worst round in nine tournaments this year is an even-par on the toughest day at the Masters.


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