The Masters: Will an American Idol emerge, or will Green Jacket travel abroad?
With Round Three of the Masters in the books, golf fans have to be pleased. South African Trevor Immelman takes a two-shot lead into the final round over Brandt Snedeker, with whom he’ll play with Round Four.
Tiger Woods did nothing to disappoint in his third round, firing a 68 to leave himself six back at 5-under. But while a half-a-dozen shots back, Woods is only trailing four players - none of which has ever won a major title.
All the stars are aligning at the PGA Tour’s first major of the season, and one can definitely envision a wild finish at Augusta National. This should be good. It’s already been light years better than the dreary 2007 Masters.
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