The Masters is about goose bumps, leaderboard charges and "Oh, my gosh!" moments.
"A great golf course for great finishes," said Louis Oosthuizen, who walked off Sunday with a metaphorical silver medal. "It's an unbelievable place."
Champion Bubba Watson said of Augusta National: "It lays it out there for excitement."
That it does.
Who could believe all that we witnessed Sunday?
A 253-yard double eagle by Oosthuizen that lands short of the second green and then turns right, funneling toward the pin.
A four-shot swing in a matter of seconds after Oosthuizen soars from 7- to 10-under and Peter Hanson bogeys No. 1.
Lefty Phil Mickelson hitting it right-handed on No. 4. Twice.
A Bo Van Pelt tap-in eagle at 13. A Van Pelt ace on the 16th. A "1" for Adam Scott on the same hole.
A Hanson shank on 12 that lands short of Rae's Creek.
A Lee Westwood eagle putt on No. 15 that wraps around the cup.
A Matt Kuchar three-putt from 5 feet on No. 9.
A Kuchar eagle putt from miles away on 13 that almost finds the bottom of the cup.
A Rory McIlroy card with five bogeys and a double.
A seven-hole stretch by low amateur Patrick Cantlay that went like this: Bogey-birdie-quad-double-eagle (but not double eagle)-birdie-birdie.
A chip for eagle on 13 that hits the flag stick, practically leaving Oosthuizen in the "Tebowing" position.
A Hanson try that comes up short on 13, clanks off a rock in the hazard and bounces back to safe ground.