Colleyville resident Chad Campbell and Kenny Perry, a two-time Colonial champ, were two of today's three players in a sudden death playoff to decide the Masters title. But the winner proved to be Angel Cabrera, an Argentenian who plays primarily on the European Tour.
Cabrera, who also won the 2007 U.S. Open, bested Perry on the second playoff hole (No. 10) with a par after Perry missed the green and was unable to bury a long par putt. Campbell fell out of the playoff at the first playoff hole by missing a 4-foot par putt after both fellow competitors posted par on the 18th green at Augusta National Golf Club.
For Campbell, 34, it marked his second runner-up finish in a major. He also finished second to Shaun Micheel at the 2003 PGA. Perry, 48, fell for the second time in playoffs at major championships. Perry lost to Fort Worth resident Mark Brooks in a two-man playoff at the 1996 PGA.
_ Jimmy Burch