Skier Lindsey Vonn knows that high fashion and drug tests don't mix.
Fits like a dream
2012 champ Bubba Watson presents Adam Scott with his threads during the Green Jacket Ceremony at Augusta National. Scott won the Masters by beating Angel Cabrera in a two-hole playoff.
''It's amazing that it's my destiny to be the first Australian to win," Scott said. "It's incredible.''
Adam Scott celebrates with caddie Steve Williams after making the winning birdie on the 18th hole.
The wet crowd watches Adam Scott make a birdie putt on the 18th hole.
Tiger Woods never gets in a groove Sunday and finishes tied for fourth.
Woods struggled with his short game on the wet greens.
Way to go
Tianlang Guan, 14, of China tees off on the 10th hole during the final round. He finished his first Masters with a 75 and was the low amateur for the tournament.
Steve Stricker hits his third shot on the second hole during the final round.
Bernhard Langer, who got off to a strong start Sunday with three straight birdies, fades late. Here he looks for his ball in the rough and azaleas along the 13th hole.
Adam Scott, who'd choked away the British Open last year, finally wins a major, and becomes the first Aussie to win the Masters.
Can you dig it?
Angel Cabrera hits out of a bunker on the eighth hole. The 43-year-old Argentine took Scott to a playoff and almost became the oldest Masters winner since Jack Nicklaus in 1986.
Tianlang Guan of China poses after winning low amateur honors.
A course worker holds back the gallery as Bubba Watson hits out of the rough off the first fairway. It was a rough day for the defending champ, who had a 10 on No. 12
Into the blue
Matt Kuchar hits his tee shot on the 14th hole during the third round. Kuchar bogeyed the hole, but shot 3-under for the day to climb into sixth place going into Sunday.
Jason Day watches his tee shot sail into the distance. Day was in control for much of the third round, but fell apart at the end, bogeying his final two holes to drop from first to fourth on the leaderboard.
Beautiful and deadly
Stewart Cink, surrounded by flowers, hits an approach shot on the second hole. Cink had his third consecutive middling round, shooting 1-over 73 to make him 3-over for the tournament.
One among many
Tiger Woods hits his second shot on the first hole Saturday. Woods performed well, but the biggest news of the day came before his round even started, when he was assessed a two-stroke penalty for an illegal drop in the second round.
Tiger and tiger
Tiger Woods gazes forward during his third round, while his trademark tiger club cover watches his back.
On the beach
Ryo Ishikawa hits out of a bunker on the second hole. Ishikawa managed to save par on the hole, but didn't fare well for the rest of the day. He shot 4-over and has one of the highest overall scores of players who made the cut.
Great wide open
Angel Cabrera tees off at the second hole. Cabrera was one of the stars of the third round, shooting a 3-under to move into a tie for first place going into Sunday.
Through the trees
Charl Schwartzel blasts out of the rough off the first fairway. It was a bad start for Schwartzel, and things didn't get much better. He bogeyed three of his first four holes, finished 3-over on the day and dropped from contention into 23rd place.
Justin Rose hits out of the bunker on the 12th hole. He double bogeyed the hole, making it his worst of the day. He finished 3-over for the round and dropped to even par for the tournament.
In the way
Jason Day examines his lay after hitting into the crowd on the fifth hole. Day made par on the hole, one of 12 consecutive pars to start his round.
Tianlang Guan, 14, of China hits a shot from the second fairway during the second round of the Masters on Friday. He was penalized for slow play, but still managed to make the cut.
He still got soaked
Caddie Greg Hearmon holds an umbrella for Sergio Garcia on the fifth hole. Garcia, co-leader after the first round, dropped back with a 76 on Friday.
Rory McIlroy hits from the fairway on the 10th hole during the second round. He shot 70 to sit at 2 under, four off the lead.
Jim Furyk shot 71 on Friday, leaving him at 4 under and two behind leader Jason Day heading into the third round.
Rory McIlroy pops his ball out of the bunker on the 17th hole during the second round at Augusta.
Find any answers?
Phil Mickelson checks his yardage book while standing under an umbrella on the second green during the second round. He had vowed to be more aggressive but wound up shooting a 76 to leave him 10 shots behind the leader.
All eyes on Tiger
Tiger Woods plays his tee shot on the third hole during the second round. Woods had an opportunity to grab the lead but ended up tied for seventh after his round of 71, three shots behind.
Rickie Fowler hits out of a bunker to the 18th hole during the second round. After an opening 68, he shot 76 on Friday.
Rickie Fowler hits over Rae's Creek on Friday.
To a tee
Padraig Harrington of Ireland hits a tee shot on 17th hole during the second round. He shot 75 and missed the cut.
Anybody see it?
Dustin Johnson watches his tee shot on the 12th hole on Friday. He struggled to a 76, dropping back to a tie for 20th after sitting third after the first round.
Amateur Guan Tianlang, of China, watches his second shot on the first fairway during the second round.
Angel Cabrera chips to the second green on Friday. With a 69 during the second round, he is two shots out of the lead.
Calling on the line
Hiroyuki Fujita of Japan lines up a putt on the 15th green during the first round of the Masters on Thursday. He had a rough time of it, shooting a 7-over 79.
Dufner in a bunker
Jason Dufner hits out of a bunker on the 17th hole during the first round at Augusta National Golf Club. He finished at even-par 72.
Take your time, Sergio
Sergio Garcia surveys his shot on the 18th hole during the first round. The Spainard turned in a 6-under 66, tying him for the Masters lead with Marc Leishman.
Sorry, was in the way
Bill Haas removes a camera to reach his ball on the 18th on Thursday. He shot 72, leaving him tied for 33rd.
Bill Haas chips over Rae's Creek on the 13th fairway during the first round.
(From left) Adam Scott of Australia, Angel Cabrera of Argentina and Sergio Garcia of Spain walk across the Nelson Bridge with their caddies during the first round of the Masters.
Now you see it ...
Jason Dufner flips up his ball on the 11th hole during Thursday's round of the Masters.
Chew on this
Phil Mickelson shows a bit of frustration during the first round. He shot 71, five back of the lead.
Tennis player Caroline Wozniacki watches boyfriend Rory McIlroy with his father, Gerry (right), during the first round of the Masters. McIlroy shot a 72.
At least it's pretty
George Coetzee hits from among the azaleas in the rough off the 13th fairway. Coetzee carded a first-round 75.
Framed by trees
Justin Rose of England hits from among the trees at Augusta National during the first round. His 70 left him four shots behind the leaders.
Patron of the day
Skier Lindsey Vonn attends the first round of the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday. She is dating tournament favorite Tiger Woods.
Guan Tianlang competes during the first round. The 14-year-old from China became the youngest golfer to play in the Masters and opened at 1-over-par 73.
Rory McIlroy hits his second shot on the fifth hole.
A crowd gathers
Luke Donald of England hits out of a bunker on the 15th hole.
And Weir off ...
Mike Weir launches his second shot on the first fairway Thursday as the Masters gets into full swing.
Some work to do
Alan Dunbar of Northern Ireland hits his second shot on the fifth hole.
He is the champion
Defending Masters champion Bubba Watson hits a shot on the eighth hole.
It's a start
Tiger Woods hits a shot on the first hole.
Charl Schwartzel reacts to a shot during the first round.
Richard Sterne hits a shot on the second hole.
Nice shot, eh?
Canadian Mike Weir hits a shot on the 17th hole during the first round..
The crowd turns to watch Justin Rose during the first round of the 77th Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
It's about Tom
Tom Watson gets ready for another run at the Masters, looking on from the first hole at Augusta on Thursday.
Out of the bunker
David Lynn hits a shot out of a hazard on the second hole.
What a group
The names of the honorary starters for the 77th Masters are placed into the starters board before they kicked off the first round. Maybe you've heard of these guys?
Let's get this started
Honorary starters Gary Player, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus wait to hit the ceremonial first tee shot to start the first round.