Miguel Angel Jimenez finished fourth at the Masters.
Playing in his 15th Masters, 50-year-old Miguel Angel Jimenez finished fourth for his best finish ever.
Evidently, course knowledge and experience does pay dividends at Augusta National, as a few other cagey veterans finished high up on the leaderboard.
Two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer and Thomas Bjorn finished tied for eighth.
The ageless Fred Couples posted 71-71 and at two under par was among the leaders after 36 holes. Two rounds of 73-75 on the weekend moved him down the leaderboard to finish T-20.
Part-timer Steve Stricker finished T-31, and K.J. Choi was T-34. Another 50-something Vijay Singh was T-37.
Former Masters champions Sandy Lyle and Mike Weir tied for 44th along with a former Open champion Darren Clarke.
These veterans taught us that experience is one of the most important factors at Augusta National.