Today's game started off with quite a shocker. Oosthuizen grabbed control of the final round with a stunning albatross on the second hole. But as the saying goes, the Masters doesn't really start until the Sunday's back nine. A group of golfers got close, and Matt Kuchar even held a share of the lead for a hole after an eagle at 15. But in the end, it was only Watson who could catch up to Oosthuizen. With four consecutive birdies on holes 13-16, he made himself known as a contender.
Phil Mickelson had another noteworthy, game-changing play of the day; unfortunately, his was for all the wrong reasons. At the par 3 fourth hole, Mickelson rocketed the ball into the thick brush left on the green. With his swing badly obstructed by the shrubs, he tried to knock it out right-handed and barely moved the ball. On his third shot, he went right handed again and finally got the ball within range of the green. When it was all over, Mickelson ended with a triple bogey falling at just 5 under. He ended the day tied for third at -8. I bet he's wishing he would have taken the extra stroke and reset the shot. It could have cost him his fourth green jacket.
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