David Duval has angrily denied suggesting that Tiger Woods would never win another Masters crown.
Bubba Watson joined Tom Watson in becoming a two-time Masters champion with his impressive victory at Augusta National on Sunday.
Bubba Watson was quick to play down his achievement of winning a second Masters title in three years as Jordan Spieth declared himself ready to taste major success.
Jonas Blixt was happy with his debut performance at the Masters as a closing 71 saw him finish in a tie for second place behind Bubba Watson.
Jordan Spieth was disappointed he was unable to convert a winning opportunity but vowed to back after a fine Masters debut.
Bubba Watson withstood some early fireworks from Jordan Spieth before producing a birdie blitz of his own to set up a second Masters victory at Augusta.
Rory McIlroy reflected on a frustrating week after a closing 69 left him on level par for the Masters.
Bubba Watson was not too worried by his third round of 74 at the Masters, putting his two-over score down to being too pumped up.
Jordan Spieth intends to channel his nerves on the final day at Augusta as he bids to make history by becoming the youngest winner of the Masters.
Runaway overnight leader Bubba Watson was joined at the top by Jordan Spieth after a testing third round of the Masters at Augusta left the pair on five under par.
Matt Kuchar played himself into title contention with a hat-trick of birdies on the back nine to reach five under par after three rounds at the Masters.
Lee Westwood is looking forward to getting competitive on Sunday after a round of 70 left him on two under par for the Masters.
Ian Poulter said he was 'disgusted' with himself after settling for a two-under-par 70 in the Masters at Augusta.
Miguel Angel Jimenez fired a round-of-the-week 66 to set the early benchmark at three under par after three rounds of the Masters at Augusta.
Rory McIlroy gave an early insight into conditions in the third round of the Masters after carding a 71 to lie three over par for the championship.
Three-time champion Phil Mickelson admitted expensive mistakes were to blame as he missed the halfway cut at the Masters for the first time in 17 years.
Adam Scott admitted patience and experience were crucial as he fought back after a stuttering start to keep his title defence on track at Augusta.
Rory McIlroy believes his chances of landing a first Masters title are "nearly impossible" after he made the cut with nothing to spare.
American Bubba Watson charged into a three-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Masters with a second round 68.
Ian Poulter insists he is close to producing a low score at Augusta - if he can stay patient.