Seve Ballesteros wins the 47th Masters Tournament
Seve Ballesteros won his second Masters championship, but he had to wait until Monday to do it.
Rain cancelled play during Friday's second round, pushing the tournament's finish back a day until Monday.
We're sure the wait was worth it for Ballesteros, who finished four strokes in front of a stellar cast of chasers - Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite, Raymond Floyd and Tom Watson and Hale Irwin. But Ballesteros took most of the drama out of the day early, starting his final round 4-under over the first four holes.
Forced to a Monday finish for the first time since 1973, Seve Ballesteros gained his second title in four years opening the final round birdie-eagle-par-birdie. Ballesteros defeated Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite by four strokes.Due to adverse weather conditions, Friday's second round was postponed until Saturday. The second round began at 11:00 a.m. using No. 1 and No. 10 tees with players grouped in threesomes. Play was called for the day at 6:45 p.m. and completed Sunday morning. The third round was played on Sunday, with a Monday finish for the fourth round.