AUGUSTA, Ga., April 12 (UPI) -- Angel Cabrera of Argentina parred the second hole of a playoff Sunday to win the Masters, his second major championship in two years.
The Argentine then won with a two-putt par after Perry missed a 20-foot par attempt.
The three golfers had tied at 12-under-par 276 in regulation. Campbell shot a 69 in the final round, and Cabrera and Perry both had 71.
Cabrera took his other major title in 2007, capturing the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club near Pittsburgh.
"This moment and also Oakmont in '07 are the happiest moments in my life," Cabrera said through an interpreter.
Perry, 48, was trying to become the oldest player ever to win a major and seemed in command until he bogeyed the final two holes, creating the playoff.
Cabrera hit a tree on his second shot of the first playoff hole but his ball ricocheted onto the fairway and he survived with a par.
Shingo Katayama (68) finished fourth at 278 and Phil Mickelson (67) was fifth at 279. Tiger Woods (68), John Merrick (66), Steve Flesch (67) and Steve Stricker (71) tied for sixth at 280.
Woods and Mickelson, far behind when the round began, played together and thrilled the huge crowds at Augusta National, both of them getting to within a stroke of the lead before falling back.