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Here’s why those in or near the lead could win the 88th Masters Tournament.
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Sun, Apr 14
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Sun, Apr 14
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Sun, Apr 14
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Mon, Apr 15
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SIGHTS AND SOUNDS

Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner break down the top storylines from the third round of the Masters, including Scottie Scheffler’s second-nine surge, Collin Morikawa’s surprising return and Tiger Woods’ Saturday collapse.
Xander Schauffele is a few shots behind the leaders at the 2024 Masters, but don’t count him out in the final round at Augusta.
Max Homa reflects on the difficult conditions on Saturday at Augusta and discusses what he wants to focus on for Sunday.
Collin Morikawa talks about his decision to change putters for Round 3 of the Masters and his excitement about getting back to playing some of his best golf on the biggest stage.
Scottie Scheffler explains why he’s proud of his “fight” during Round 3 at the Masters and how he’s mentally preparing for what promises to be a nerve-wracking Sunday.
Bryson DeChambeau breaks down the slick greens and other challenges Augusta threw at him in Round 3 of the Masters as well as his mindset for the final round.

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GolfChannel.com senior writers Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner are on site in Augusta, Georgia, for the 88th Masters Tournament.
Max Homa didn’t make a birdie on Saturday but is still in contention for a Masters win.
DeChambeau chunked a chip into the water at the par-5 15th hole Saturday at the Masters, and he’ll enter Sunday four shots back of Scottie Scheffler.
Here’s a look at the final-round tee times for the 88th Masters Tournament.
Follow all the action during Saturday’s third round at Augusta National Golf Club.
Hovland will not compete in the signature event, the Tour announced Saturday.
Woods, clearly hampered physically, shot 10-over 82 on Saturday at Augusta National.
Day wore the Malbon golf sweater vest on Friday morning for five holes before being asked to remove it.
The Masters champion will take home $3.6 million of a $20 million purse.
Tiger Woods reflects on his first two rounds of play at the Masters, where he discusses the physical toll from conditions at Augusta National, his reaction to making the cut and what’s next this weekend.