Angel Cabrera — Getty ImagesIt's easy to let Angel Cabrera's play down the stretch get lost in all this Adam Scott hoopla, but it's worth revisiting just what the Argentine did on Sunday to nearly snag his third major championship and second green jacket.
Cabrera's chances seemed shot when his approach into the par-5 13th splashed into Rae's Creek, but the gritty 43-year-old slowly bounced back. Here is what he did down the stretch to nearly snag the 2013 Masters title from Scott.
The par-3 16th -- Cabrera missed another shot at a birdie on the par-5 15th and it seemed his chances were ruined, but just like in 2009, Cabrera was able to pull of a clutch shot on the par-3 16th and then roll in the birdie putt to get him back on track. In '09 I remember thinking that birdie might be huge if Kenny Perry's wheels started to come off, and the same thought passed through my head on Sunday. Cabrera's birdie here seemed to reinvigorate a golfer that hadn't made a birdie in eight holes.
The par-4 17th -- People sometimes
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