Tiger Woods shot an even 72 in Round 3 of the 2018 Masters, staving off what would have been his third consecutive round over par and leaving him 13 shots off the lead at the time he finished. Woods is obviously out of contention at this tournament, but now it looks as if he’ll be kept from placing inside the top 10 for just the sixth time as a professional in 19 attempts at Augusta National. By 

You could say that Rory McIlroy is feeling it right now. After birdies on three of his first six holes on Saturday, McIlroy put the piece de resistance on the first nine with an outstanding eagle on No. 8 to move into a tie for first place with Patrick Reed. By 
Phil Mickelson’s last two days at Augusta have been cursed. Just a day after he hit a 3-over 7 on the ninth hole after hitting a tree, the woods once again reared their ugly heads on Saturday. On his very first hole Saturday to begin his Round 3, Mickelson whiffed a swing in the straw, whacking a tree instead and, if not hitting his own head, coming close to doing so. By 
Patrick Reed of the United States plays his shot from the seventh tee during the third round of the 2018 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 7, 2018 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Amen Corner was famous well before 2016, but that year reminded us exactly why it was.  Reigning champ Jordan Spieth made the turn Sunday at 7-under with a five-stroke lead. Then came a bogey, and a bogey, and a quadruple bogey, and the green jacket was out of sight. BY 


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