World number one Dustin Johnson has won the Masters for the first time in his career.
The 36-year-old American, who finished up in a tie for second last year, finished up on a record-breaking twenty-under-par, five shots clear of the chasing pack.
Johnson was hovering around the top of the leaderboard during his first and second rounds at Augusta - carding a 65 and a 70.
He was in a share of the lead heading into the weekend on nine-under.
Then on Saturday, five birdies and a double birdie saw the South Carolina native shoot a seven-under-par third round of 65 to storm to the top.
He teed off from 16-under-par for his final round with a four-shot cushion.
Although his final round wasn't nearly as impressive, with two bogeys in his first five holes, six birdies - three of them on the back - saw him card a four-under-par 68 to win only his second ever Major.
— The Masters (@TheMasters) November 15, 2020
Elsewhere, four birdies saw Rory McIlroy shoot a three-under-par final round of 69 to leave the Northern Irish man 11-under-par for the tournament and in a tie for 5th.
He said afterward that he was pleased with his overall performance but admitted that a first-round score of 75 cost him a shot at the green jacket.
Shane Lowry shot a one-over-par final round of 73 on Sunday to leave the Offaly native 4-under all round and in a tie for 25th.
2019 champion Tiger Woods finished up on four-over-par in a tie for 38th.
The 12th hole of his final round will be one he'll want to forget after he shot a ten on a par three.