The Masters 2014: Grading the Performance of Golf's Top Stars at Augusta

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The Masters 2014: Grading the Performance of Golf's Top Stars at Augusta
Associated Press
The passing of the green jacket from Adam Scott to Bubba Watson.

Professional golf has evolved into the sport's best players setting up their schedules so their games are sharp four times a year: the majors.

They know that ultimately they will be judged by how they perform in majors and how many they win.

The perfect situation would be that all of the best players would be healthy and on their games for each major, but that doesn't always happen.

That was the case at the Masters, the first major of the year. Tiger Woods is sidelined, Phil Mickelson didn't make the cut and Jason Day was feeling the lingering effects of a thumb injury.

As it turns out, however, it was a great Masters without those players at their best.

Here's a list grading how some of the game's best players performed at Augusta National Golf Club.

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