Sergio Garcia won the Masters at the 74th time of asking
Nothing separated Garcia and Rose as the 81st edition of the Masters went into a play-off.
Garcia had played 73 majors without breaking his duck, while Rose was looking to add a second Major to his CV.
Garcia had shown plenty of fighting spirit throughout the day.
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Justin Rose missed out on the chance to win his first Masters title
Danny Willett congratulates Sergio Garcia after receiving his Green Jacket
I felt like this course was probably going to give me one major
After years and years of pain, the Spaniard finally got over the line.
There were so many twists and turns on the final day at Augusta.
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Rickie Fowler looked to be going good guns, but saw his challenge fade on the back nine.
Sergio Garcia has had to wait a long time for his first Major win
Former Masters champion Jordan Spieth had a repeat of his nightmare last year when he found the drink at 12 and he bombed out at -1.
Speaking about his win, Garcia said: "I felt like this course was probably going to give me one major.
"That thought changed over the years as I started feeling uncomfortable on the course but I came to peace with it and accepted it."