- Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen finished as the top South Africans at the 85th Masters at Augusta National.
- There were four South Africans in the field, with three making the weekend cut.
- Japan's Hideki Matsuyama became the first Japanese man to win a major golf championship.
"I felt very prepared. I felt like this is about as happy as I've been with my game for a long time," said Schwartzel.
Oosthuizen expressed his disappointment and stated that he had learned his lessons following this week's result.
According to Golf.com, Schwartzel and Oosthuizen both banked a cool $79 925 (around R1.1 million) for their four-day efforts.