Trevor Immelman built a huge lead on the back nine Sunday to win the Masters at Augusta National.
Meanwhile, former MBA and Vanderbilt star Brandt Snedeker finished in a tie for third with Stewart Cink at minus-four. Snedeker was alone in second at the start of the final round, but shot a a five-over 77 on Sunday.
Snedeker hit a 40-foot eagle putt at two to tie him with Immelman for the lead at 10-under par. From there, Snedeker wasn't able to find his groove.
He fell one behind at the next hole after hitting into a bunker. Immelman extended the margin to two with birdie putt at five, then Snedeker made a bogey, then dropped another shot at seven after hitting another bunker.
Immelman finished with a three-shot victory over four-time winner Tiger Woods.
Immelman became the fifth player to win the Masters wire-to-wire and first since Raymond Floyd in 1976.