2012 Masters Tournament: Bubba Watson Wins Green Jacket In Playoff Over Louis Oosthuizen

Going into day four of the 2012 Masters Tournament, Peter Hanson leads at 9-under but Phil Mickelson only trails by a single stroke. Mickelson and Hanson tee off at 2:40 p.m.

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2012 Masters Results: Bubba Watson Victorious In Playoff Over Louis Oosthuizen

It took a pair of extra holes to decide a victor, but in the end it was Bubba Watson who took home the coveted green jacket as 2012 Masters champion in a playoff over Louis Oosthuizen

Watson will take home an estimated $1.44 million for his strong play, as he continues to come to grips with the single greatest moment of his professional golfing career. Watson could barely hold back his emotions in interviews after the win, and became the fifth lefthanded golfer in the last ten Masters tournaments to leave Augusta with a victory.

Behind Watson and Oosthuizen on the leaderboard sits a quartet of contenders that didn't quite get over the hump on Sunday. Peter Hanson, Phil Mickelson, Lee Westwood and Matt Kuchar each finished two strokes off the lead at 8-under in a tie for third place.

For more on the 2012 Masters, stick with SB Nation's golf hub. For more golf news and analysis, head over to Waggle Room.

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