The sprinklers were on early at Augusta on Sunday - taking the overnight frost off the course or softening it up?
With a Sunday ticket burning a hole in their pockets, "patrons" were at Augusta's gates at the crack of dawn
And when those gates opened the race for the best vantage points started - so much for the no-running rule at Augusta
The sun might be shining but Georgia's peach farmers are worried - Henrik Stenson wasn't taking any chances
But Mark Calcavecchia, the 1989 Open champion, ignored the chill to make a hot birdie-eagle start to his final round
Retief Goosen picked up on Sunday where he left off and was always near the top, ending in a tie for second
But defending champion Phil Mickelson saw his hopes disappear with a disastrous triple-bogey seven at the 1st
And while Mickelson was in full reverse, the unflappable Tiger Woods was backing into the lead at a major once more
But perhaps this time the world number one would have to fight for his win - Rory Sabbatini was in the mood for a scrap
The South Africans were looking good but the Europeans were struggling - Padraig Harrington and Justin Rose started badly
But having hit the front, a strange thing started to happen to Woods, his game suddenly started to get very scruffy
Meanwhile, England's Rose was climbing out of the hole he got himself into early on to mount a superb challenge
But while most attention was on the likes of Woods, Goosen and Rose, Zach Johnson kept holing putts to take the lead
And when Rose double-bogeyed 17 to blow his chance after a wayward drive and a poor chip...
...and Woods failed to hole out in two on the par-four 18th
...Zach Johnson was crowned 2007 Masters champion