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Page 8 of Originally Posted by HammerTime Master Mix is awesome! I just wish they had Tiger as one of the featured groups. I love it too! They did Saturday. I th... 142 comments | 1978 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Adam Scott has taken the lead at -11, and still has a par 5 left to play. Day may join him with virtually the same putt, inches to the right.
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    Day misses, looked like he made the same putt Scott did, because he missed it inches to the right.

    Woods gets his needed par, and heads to the 18th.

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    Jeez, looked for sure that Tiger was gonna send that into the bunker.

    Van Pelt joins the legion at -10.

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    Van Pelt joins the party

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    Ogilvy was clutch on that bunker shot.

    And Day hits into the pine behind a tree.

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    Tiger onto the green with a mile for birdie, he's likely gonna be staying at -10.

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    Day is playing awful on the 15th.

    Tiger misses the birdie, goes three feet past the hole, and will have a par putt to be the leader in the clubhouse.

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    Tiger missed it, likely to finish at -10.

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    Tiger finishes the day with 67, -10 for the tournament. His 31 on the front nine had him looking very strong, but a bogey at 12, a missed birdie putt at 13, and a missed eagle putt on 15 really damaged his chances. He is leader in the clubhouse though.

    Meanwhile, Scott's terrible tee shot leads to a terrible chip onto the green, and he'll have a difficult two putt just to stay in the lead alone.

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    Scott might be looking at a bogey on the 15th.

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    Wow, Scott saved the lead on that par putt.

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    Ogilvy had a great chip onto the green and he'll tap in for par, joining Tiger in the clubhouse at -10.

    Scott with a huge par save at 15. But there'll be no more easy holes.

    Day saves his par as well, but both have to be very disappointed with their performance on the par 5.

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    Adam Scott with a CLUTCH tee shot on the 16th, and he has an easy birdie putt that would put him at -12, two in the lead.

    BTW, amongst all the talk about this being the 25th anniversary of Nicklaus's last Master's win, it would be fitting on the 15th anniversary of Norman's collapse that an Aussie would finally win it.

    Donald had a very ill-timed bogey on 17, and will likely be out of contention.

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    Not a great tee shot for Day will mean he likely stays at -10 with a two putt, and Adam Scott will most likely exit 16 two shots clear of the field.

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    As if Scott didn't have it easy enough, Day's birdie miss goes right behind his coin on the 16th green, and he'll get a decent look at the line.

    Schwartzel his his birdie on the 15th to briefly tie for the lead before Scott gets his easy birdie at the 16th. Scott at -12, Schwartzel one back pressuring at -11.

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