Sergio Garcia of Spain celebrates with the Masters Trophy during the Green Jacket ceremony after he won in a playoff during the final round of the 2017 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday, April 9, in Augusta, Georgia.
Garcia embraces fiancee Angela Akins after winning his first major title in a playoff with England's Justin Rose for the Masters.
Olympic champion Rose won the 2013 US Open and was bidding to become the first European to win the Masters and US Open in his career.
Close friends Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler were playing together in the penultimate group Sunday, with Spieth chasing a second green jacket and Fowler a first major title.
Spieth was second on his debut in 2014, won the following year and was second last year after an infamous collapse on the back nine Sunday.
The 37-year-old Garcia was chasing his first major title in 74 attempts.
Rory McIlroy posted a fourth consecutive top 10 at the Masters but needs a win to complete the career grand slam of all four major titles.
Olympic champion Justin Rose of England fires a third-round 67 to reach six under and take a share of the lead with Sergio Garcia into the final round of the Masters on Sunday.
Spain's Garcia is chasing a first major title at the 74th attempt. Could a big one finally come his way Sunday at Augusta?
Jordan Spieth, the 2015 champion, has finished no worse than second on three visits to Augusta and hit back from a quadruple-bogey nine Thursday to be within two of the lead.
Phil Mickelson was hoping to mount a challenge for a fourth Masters green jacket but struggled to catch fire Saturday and faces an eight-shot deficit to the leaders.
Rory McIlroy needs the Masters to complete the career grand slam of all four majors but says he needs "the round of my life" if he is to have a chance Sunday.
Fred Couples won the Masters 25 years ago, and the 57-year-old is in contention again, although Saturday's third round didn't quite go in the right direction.
Young American Rickie Fowler is chasing a first major title and sits one stroke off the lead heading into the climax Sunday.
Charley Hoffman hits a shot on Friday. He led by four shots when the second round started, but he came back to the field with a 3-over 75.
Garcia hits out of a bunker on Friday. He shot a 3-under 69.
Pieters lines up a putt on the 10th hole Friday.
From left, Garcia, Lee Westwood and Shane Lowry wait together on a green.
Adam Hadwin jumps across Rae's Creek while playing the 13th hole.
Paul Casey, left, and caddie John McLaren visualize a shot.
Golfers walk up to the first fairway on Friday.
William McGirt reacts to a missed birdie putt on Friday.
Ryan Moore watches a shot from the pine straw on the 17th hole.
Former Masters winner Charl Schwartzel hits a shot on No. 7.
Hoffman drives the ball on the 18th hole on Thursday, April 6. He shot a 7-under 65 to take a four-shot lead after the first round.
Jack Nicklaus raises his cap to the sky, honoring Palmer before hitting a ceremonial tee shot.
Phil Mickelson reacts after making an eagle on the second hole Thursday. Mickelson, who has won the Masters three times, shot a 1-under 71.
Pieters hits a drive during the first round. The Belgian took an early morning lead and finished at even par.
McGirt lines up a putt. He finished in second place Thursday after a 3-under 69.
Jordan Spieth plays his second shot on the 18th hole Thursday. Spieth, the Masters winner in 2015, shot a 3-over 75.
The crowd watches Jason Dufner, Ernie Els and Bernd Wiesberger play the 16th hole on Thursday.
A detailed view of the main leaderboard near the first fairway.
Brandt Snedeker, left, high-fives a crew member after making a putt on the fourth hole.
A fan wears a pin in honor of Arnold Palmer.
Soren Kjeldsen plays a shot from the bunker on Thursday.
Jamie Lane, caddie for Matthew Fitzpatrick, lines up a putt.