Look no further than the biggest golf event on the calendar every year. The Masters. A tradition. I won't say it's like no other, because there are a lot of good sports traditions. But what a finish. With a pack of 10-12 golfers within striking distance to start on Sunday, two distanced themselves from the pack for a matchup down the last five holes (plus one playoff) in which each had a chance to win with a good putt. But it was Sergio Garcia who came out on top. Trailing by 1 with 2 to play, he took advantage of sloppy Rose putting to tie it going to 17. Then after a couple of make-able missed putts on the 72nd hole of the tournament, it was the 73rd where Sergio nailed it. Hitting a birdie when Rose faded. Garcia played each of the four rounds under par; five rounds counting the playoff as a round. Both golfers left it all on the course, and it was the fans that won by seeing the Spaniard win his first major in 74 tries. On the 73rd hole. Sergio Garcia is our Sportsman of the Week!