Scottie Scheffler plays a tee shot on the 10th hole during the final round of the Masters golf tournament on Sunday, April 10.
Tiger Woods plays a shot from the bunker on the third hole Sunday. He shot a 78 for the second straight day, his worst score ever at the Masters.
Rory McIlroy reacts after chipping in for birdie on the 18th green Sunday.
Woods crosses the Sarazen Bridge on the 15th hole Sunday.
Min Woo Lee tests the wind before teeing off on the fourth hole Sunday.
Woods hits from the seventh fairway on Sunday.
Jon Rahm reacts to a putt on the ninth green Sunday.
A leaderboard attendant updates the score for Woods on Sunday.
Scheffler watches his shot on the fourth tee Saturday. He finished the day with a three-stroke lead.
A crowd watches Woods hit a shot on the third hole Saturday.
Fans — or patrons, as they’re referred to at Augusta National Golf Club — leave the course on Saturday.
Robert MacIntyre lines up a putt with help from caddie Michael Thomson on Saturday.
Shane Lowry reacts after missing a putt on the 18th hole on Saturday.
Woods plays a shot from a bunker on the eighth hole Saturday.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout hits from the rough on Saturday.
Scheffler lines up a putt on the 13th green on Friday. He went into the weekend with a five-stroke lead.
A view of the 10th green on Friday.
Woods plays a shot on the fifth hole on Friday. He had a rough start with four bogeys in his first five holes, but he recovered to finish with a 2-over-par 74.
Collin Morikawa hits his tee shot on the 12th hole Friday.
Fans get a glimpse of Woods as he approaches the 11th green on Friday.
Keita Nakajima, the world’s No. 1 amateur golfer, hits a shot after taking a drop on the 12th hole Friday.
A young spectator watches play on the 12th hole Friday.
Erik van Rooyen plays his tee shot on the fourth hole Friday.
Matthew Fitzpatrick lies on the seventh green to visualize a putt on Friday.
Fans carry beverages near the seventh hole leaderboard on Friday.
Dustin Johnson, the 2020 Masters champion, reacts to a missed putt on the seventh hole Friday.
Lowry reacts to a missed eagle chip on the 15th hole Friday.
Masters pins adorn a fan’s hat on Friday.
Billy Horschel points to a turtle on the fringe of the 16th green Friday.
Woods tees off on the fourth hole during Thursday’s first round. He finished with a 1-under-par 71 in his return to competitive golf.
Jordan Spieth, who won the Masters in 2015, ducks under a rope after playing a shot on the seventh hole Thursday.
Scorers update the leaderboard on No. 11.
Sungjae Im putts on the 16th green on Thursday. The South Korean shot a 5-under-par 67 to lead after the first round.
Viktor Hovland looks for his ball on the 13th hole Thursday.
Thomas hits a shot on the sixth hole Thursday.
Former Masters champion Danny Willett reacts to his tee shot on No. 18.
Woods is applauded as he walks onto the 16th tee on Thursday.
Joaquin Niemann tees off on the 11th hole Thursday.
People watch Woods tee off on the 12th hole Thursday.
Matthew Wolff, not pictured, gets a ruling from an official after his ball was imbedded into the lip of a bunker on the first hole Thursday.
A crowd watches Woods tee off on the third hole Thursday.
From left, honorary starters Tom Watson, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus gather on the first tee Thursday.
Raindrops coat the jacket of a gallery guard on Thursday. Rainy weather pushed back some of the tee times.
From left, Fred Couples, Woods and Thomas skip balls on the water at the 16th hole on Wednesday. It’s a practice round tradition at Augusta National.
Weather warning signs are brought out on the range on Tuesday.
Cameron Davis tees off on the 14th hole during a practice round on Tuesday.
Couples greets fans during a practice round on Monday. Couples won the Masters in 1992 and remains a fan favorite.
An insect lands on one of Augusta National’s famous azaleas on Monday.
Caddies examine the 13th green during a practice round on Monday.