The best photos from the weekend at the 2014 Masters

An up-and-down weekend finished the same way it started for Bubba Watson, with a three-shot margin on the rest of the field. A collection of photos from the final two rounds at the Masters.

There were 51 players who made it through to the weekend at the Masters. Bubba Watson began Saturday with a three-shot lead, and finished Sunday night with a three-shot win. It was much different from his first win at Augusta in 2012, when he chased down the leaders on Sunday and then won in a playoff with that legendary recovery shot from the pine straw on No. 10.

This week, Bubba overwhelmed the field and the course. He was near-perfect in the first two rounds before hitting some bumps on Saturday to recede back to the rest of the field. On Sunday, however, he had slammed the door early on the back nine and cruised in on the 18th for another green jacket.

Unlike last year with Adam Scott's win in the rain, the weather at Augusta National was perfect all four days. Here's a collection of some of the best photos from another weekend of frustration, beauty, and celebration at the season's first major.

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