Booklegger 2014 Masters DVD
The Official Film of the 2014 Masters, the Booklegger 2014 Masters DVD, begins by highlighting a new tradition at the Tournament: eighty-eight junior golfers from across the country were welcomed to Augusta National to compete in the National Finals of the inaugural Drive, Chip, and Putt Championship, allowing competitors to walk in the footsteps of their heroes and put their skills to the test in an effort to inspire the growth of the game.
When the Masters Tournament began Thursday, Green Jacket hopefuls abound. For the first time since 1994 Tiger Woods was not in the field due to an injury. With the rest of the world's greatest players assembled, including a record 24 first-time invitees, the Tournament was wide open.
By Sunday, the Masters emerged as a head-to-head battle between two of golf's brightest stars. Bubba Watson, the 2012 champion, was in the final pairing on Sunday, looking to become the 17th player to win at least two Masters titles. He was joined by Jordan Spieth, the 20-year-old Tournament newcomer, chasing his own place in Masters lore as the youngest ever to win a Green Jacket. The two Americans stole the show on the first nine, combining for seven birdies. Spieth looked to be in control after carding a three on the par-4 seventh hole, but Watson then seized the momentum heading to the second nine with birdies on Nos. 8 and 9.
Watson's aggressive style of play held up against Augusta National's second nine, punctuated by a booming drive on the 13th that left him only a wedge into the par 5. He would play the final five holes at even par, allowing for a comfortable walk up the 18th fairway with a three-stroke lead, knowing a second Green Jacket was in his grasp.