The Masters is big on nostalgia and history, but it never fails to create new surprises.
The expectations, of course, are for the great players to come through with sensational efforts, but it doesn't always work out that way.
The 2013 Masters came down to a playoff for the second straight year, and Adam Scott outlasted Angel Cabrera on the second extra hole to become the first Australian winner in the 77-year history of the event.
Surprisingly, Scott used his shaky putter to strike the decisive blows. He made a long birdie putt on the 18th to give him a one-stroke lead with Cabrera still to follow.
After Cabrera matched the birdie, Scott used his putter on the 10th hole to strike the decisive birdie.
Here's a look at the most surprising moments—good and bad—in the 2013 Masters.