It took more than the usual 72 holes to decide the 2012 Masters Tournament winner.

American Bubba Watson and South African Louis Oosthuizen both finished the 18th hole on Sunday at 10-under par to force a sudden-death playoff at the Augusta (Ga.) National Golf Club.

Watson was victorious as he made par on the second hole of the playoff to take home his first green jacket.

It was also the first major victory for Watson in his career. He started the day at 6-under.

You can see the final leaderboard, and how every golfer finished by clicking here.

There was a four-way tie for third place. Lee Westwood, Phil Mickelson, Matt Kuchar, and Peter Hanson all finished at 8-under.

Mickelson and Hanson had their struggles after starting the day atop the leaderboard. Mickelson's triple-bogey on the fourth hole doomed him. Hanson shot one-over-par in the final round. He led the entire field at nine-under at the beginning of the day.

Ian Poulter finished in seventh place at five-under. Justin Rose, Padraig Harrington, and Adam Scott all finished at four-under.