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Green Jacket Ceremony: Adam Scott receives his green jacket

After sinking a birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win the 2013 Masters, Adam Scott received his green jacket Sunday night.

Following an exciting finish on the course, Adam Scott received his green jacket for winning the Masters Sunday night.

Scott, who sunk a birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win, received his green jacket from 2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson. He became the first Australian-born player to win the Masters, breaking a long-standing curse. His Masters victory was also the first major tournament victory of his career, removing his name from the list of best players to not win a major.

"I don't know how I digest it all at the moment," Scott said in Butler Cabin. "But it's incredible."

During the green jacket presentation last year, Watson left Masters chairman Billy Payne hangning on a handshake. No such thing happened this year as Payne was the first to receive a handshake after Scott put on the newest addition to his closet.


In addition to Scott receiving his green jacket, 14-year-old Tianlang Guan was also honored for finishing as the low amateur. Guan was the only amateur to make the cut and he eventually finished in 58th place at 12-over.

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