Masters 2015: All the action from Augusta

Updated 1427 GMT (2227 HKT) April 13, 2015
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Defending champion Bubba Watson presents Jordan Spieth with the champion's green jacket after he won the 2015 Masters Tournament on April 12 in Augusta, Georgia. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Masters champion Jordan Spieth savors the moment with his caddy Michael Greller after clinching his first major title by four strokes from Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose. (See leaderboard) David Cannon/Getty Images
A bogey at the last hole meant Jordan Spieth matched Tiger Woods' record winning total of 18 under par, set in 1997. JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images
Jordan Spieth became the second-youngest golfer to win the Masters after setting a series of records at Augusta, where he led from start to finish to claim his first major title. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images
Runaway leader Jordan Spieth became the first golfer to reach 19 under par at the Masters, eclipsing Tiger Woods' 1997 record, with his 28th birdie of the week at the 15th hole. It kept him four clear of Justin Rose. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
Justin Rose (pictured) cut Jordan Spieth's lead to four strokes with birdies at 13 and 14, and Phil Mickelson joined him in second place on 14 under with an eagle at his 15th hole. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Tiger Woods hits his tee shot on the 13th hole, which he eagled -- but dropped a shot at 14. A birdie at 15 put him six under par, 12 shots behind leader Jordan Spieth, who had played 13 at that stage. David Cannon/Getty Images
Jordan Spieth extended his Masters lead to six shots at the 10th hole Sunday with a record 26th birdie this week, surpassing Phil Mickelson's 2001 milestone. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images
Mickelson, playing in the group behind Spieth, was tied for second with Justin Rose on 12 under after 11 holes, and birdied the 13th, but dropped back with a bogey at 14. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
With nine holes to play, Jordan Spieth was marching towards his first major title after extending his lead at the Masters by one shot to five over Justin Rose. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Justin Rose's hopes of winning a second major suffered a blow when he bogeyed his ninth, leaving him five strokes behind playing partner Spieth. David Cannon/Getty Images
Rory McIlroy hits out of the trees on the seventh hole at Augusta. He birdied the hole and picked up more shots at eight and 11 to continue his bid for a top-five finish. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama leaped up the leaderboard to a tie for fourth after his 13th hole, where he made an eagle-three after birdies at eight, 10 and 11. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
Tiger Woods hurt his wrist after hitting from the pine straw on the ninth hole during his final round. The four-time Masters winner saved par but bogeyed the next hole to drop to four under par. David Cannon/Getty Images
Jordan Spieth, seeking to become the second-youngest winner of the Masters, took a four-shot lead into Sunday's final round. The 21-year-old birdied two of his first three holes before dropping a shot at the fifth. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Closest rival Justin Rose also made a strong start, with the 2013 U.S. Open champion making birdies at his first two holes to stay in touch. The Englishman also bogeyed, at the sixth. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Veteran Phil Mickelson, seeking to win a fourth green jacket at Augusta, birdied his second hole but gave back a bogey at the fifth to be seven behind Spieth at the time. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
American Dustin Johnson made his move up the leaderboard with three successive birdies from the sixth hole, to be outright fourth after his front nine -- eight shots behind Spieth at that stage. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
American Charley Hoffman, seeking his first top-10 finish in a major, dropped a shot at his opening hole before steadying with four pars. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Tiger Woods, playing with world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, had a frustrating start to his final round -- carding five pars and two bogeys in his first seven holes. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
McIlroy, who blew a four-shot lead in the final round at Augusta in 2011, parred his first six holes and then picked up two birdies to move up to a tie for fifth -- but remained well off the pace set by Spieth. David Cannon/Getty Images
21 year old Jordan Spieth maintained his lead in the 2015 Masters. David Cannon/Getty Images Sport
Saturday is known as Moving Day, the business end of the Masters. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Sport
McIlroy enjoyed a brilliant front nine, but fell away during the last few holes. David Cannon/Getty Images Sport
Tiger Woods was brilliant and awful in equal measure. But still believes he has a chance. Andrew Redington/Getty Images Sport
Phil Mickelson pushed Spieth hard, but couldn't cut into his lead. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Sport
Jordan Spieth shooting from the 14th hole during the second round of the Masters on Friday. The 21-year-old broke the Masters record for the tournament halfway mark, finishing 14 under par. Andrew Redington/Getty Image
Tiger Woods lines a putt during Round 2 of the 79th Masters Golf Tournament on Friday. Woods' short game has been highly scrutinized during his comeback. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Image
US Skier Lindsey Vonn watches boyfriend Tiger Woods during the 2nd round of the Masters Golf Tournament on Friday. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Image
58-year-old Mark O'Meara of the United States shot a -4 in the second round to make his first Masters cut in 10 years. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Tiger Woods, making his return from injury, dropped a shot on his opening hole of the Masters Thursday but made it back with a birdie at the second. (See leaderboard) David Cannon/Getty Images
Woods, whose last Masters success was back in 2005, climbs out of a bunker at the fourth hole -- where he dropped another shot. The 39-year-old got back to level par with a birdie at the eighth. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images
Woods, who won the last of his 14 major titles in 2008, struggled off the tee on the front nine but this superb shot from behind a tree helped him save par on the seventh hole. He continued to scramble and ended the day tied for 41st on 73. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images
While Woods battled to stay in touch, one of the young pretenders to his crown was scorching the famed Atlanta course. Jordan Spieth, 21, claimed the lead late in the day. Joint runner-up last year, this time he opened with eight-under 64 -- capped by a birdie at his final hole. David Cannon/Getty Images
Jason Day was tied for second with Ernie Els, Justin Rose and Charley Hoffman on 67. The Australian fired five birdies in a row to reach six under but bogeyed 17. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Four-time major champion Els, twice a runner-up at Augusta, contended for the outright lead as he surged to six-under after 17 holes. However, the 45-year-old South African bogeyed the last to drop level with Rose and Hoffman. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Defending champion Bubba Watson, aiming for a third title in four years at Augusta, celebrates a birdie at his second hole on Thursday. The American finished with a bogey to card one-under 71 and be tied for 18th. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Watson's playing partner Rose, the 2013 U.S. Open champion, joined American Hoffman as the early clubhouse leader after shooting 67. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
World No. 1 Rory McIlroy, seeking to complete a collection of grand slam titles with his first victory at Augusta, was even par after his opening nine holes and finished one-under 71. Jamie Squire/Getty Images
Veteran Phil Mickelson, aiming to join Woods in winning four Green Jackets at Augusta, bounced back from successive bogeys with an eagle-three at the par-five eighth hole. He finished two-under 70 to be tied for 12th. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
American Rickie Fowler, who tied for fifth at last year's Masters, waits for his tee-off with girlfriend Alexis Randock. The Ryder Cup player ended the opening day tied for 41st on 73 with Woods. Jamie Squire/Getty Images
Europe's 2016 Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke carded a two-over-par 74 in his opening round. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Two-time Masters winner Ben Crenshaw acknowledges the crowd during his final appearance at Augusta. The 63-year-old's longtime Augusta caddy Carl Jackson is at his 53rd and last Masters, having been on the bag with Crenshaw at the tournament since 1976. Crenshaw shot 19-over 91 -- four off the worst in this major. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Four-time Masters winner Arnold Palmer, one of three honorary starters, hits his ceremonial tee shot at the first hole. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Palmer, left, teed off alongside fellow legends Jack Nicklaus (center) and Gary Player. Jamie Squire/Getty Images
Names of the honorary starters, with their ages, are placed in a standard on the first tee. Player won three Masters titles while Nicklaus holds the record with six, and in 1986 was the oldest victor aged 46. Jamie Squire/Getty Images
A close-up shot of a coveted member's jacket at one of the world's most prestigious and exclusive golf clubs, Augusta National in Atlanta, Georgia. Andrew Redington/Getty Images