Golf's 2022 Masters Tournament - Thursday live updates as Tiger Woods shines in round one at Augusta National in Georgia (2023)

Tiger Woods made an impressive start to the first men's major golf tournament of the year, the 2022 Masters .

The five-time winner, a surprise inclusion in his first big event since a near-fatal car crash, showed only occasional signs of discomfort in an even-par first 9 holes at the start of his opening round on Thursday (7th April), his every move cheered by thousands of American fans at the Augusta National Golf Club. He went even better on the back 9, to finish -1 going into the second day.

Thunderstorms in Augusta, Georgia had meant a 30-minute delay to start-times on the first morning.

After the traditional honorary start, Jose Maria Olazabal of Spain and American JJ Spaun got things underway with their opening drives at 8:30am local time (12:30 GMT), as the first of 91 invitees battling for the Green Jacket over four days of play (7-10 April) in the USA.

Full updates on Woods' opening round below. A full report will follow. Full preview, schedule, and updates from the opening holes are below.

16:30 - Woods saves par on the last to finish -1

His 71st and final shot of the first round sees Woods save a par, and finish -1 for the day.

Earlier on the 18th he got lucky with the ball hitting a tree and bouncing back into a position from which he could lay-up.

The American is just three shots adrift of the current leaders, which would have seemed unthinkable even a couple of days ago.

We'll be back with a detailed report of the opening round shortly.

14:55 - Eagle chance for Woods

He's playing this section of the course as only Tiger Woods of old could, and sets up an eagle opportunity at the 13th. The eagle putt is just short to leave the American with a birdie.

Meanwhile, Cameron Smith moves clear at the top of the leaderboard on -4.

It's not such a good day for Matsuyama so far. He's in the water.

14:17 - Woods approaches Amen Corner

Woods is even after 10, and moves on to the legendary section of the course known as Amen Corner. This run of holes - the 11th, 12th, and 13th, can often make or break a round.

Woods has been stretching his back and body throughout the day so far. How will he tackle what is often seen as the toughest section of this famous event?

13:56 - Westwood starts well

Lee Westwood has two birdies in his first 4 holes and is one of the names moving up the leaderboard. The Englishman is a two-time runner-up at the Masters. He's now in a four-way tie for the lead at -2.

Tiger Woods bogeyed the par-five eighth hole to move back to even par at the midway stage of his round. The big question for the American will be whether his injured body can keep going at this level for the full 18 holes, having not completed a full practice round before this major championship event.

Another former world number one, Rory McIlroy, plays as part of the last group to start on this opening day. He's now practicing. Like Tiger, he's also wearing a pink number.

13:07 - Googh moves into lead

While most of America's golf viewership has been focussed on Tiger Woods, his compatriot Talor Gooch has moved into an outright lead at -2. three birdies and a bogey in the front nine are a great start for the Masters debutant. Woods is one of nine players a shot further back. Adam Scott is another of those.

The 2016 Olympic champion Justin Rose parred his first.

Bubba Watson is about to start his opening round, with 2018 Masters champ Patrick Reed currently in the middle of the first fairway.

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12:39 Huge roar as woods birdies the sixth

It's vintage woods play at the par-three sixth, with his tee shot landing 2 feet from the pin. Tiger is 1 under par!

Cameron Smith did what Woods couldn't quite manage, and birdied five and six.

12:20 - Woods at even par after 5 holes

It's been a solid opening for Woods, who has rattled off five straight pars. It could have been better had his shot for birdie at the fifth not run around the lip of the hole and stayed out. He's even for his round so far, with Higgs leading the way at -2 at the halfway stage of his round.

Defending champion Hideki Matsuyama is one of many on +1 so far.

11:04 - Tiger Woods hits his opening tee shot

He's underway. Five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods hits his tee shot. It misses the fairway wide right, but the fans are still cheering, just happy to see the American back playing competitive golf after his life-threatening car crash.

Tiger Woods plays shots from the practice green during the first round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 07, 2022 in Augusta, Georgia.

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10:59 - Tiger walking to the first tee at the Masters

Three birdies in six holes (and a bogey) for Italy's Guido Migliozzi has seen him move to -2 and a share of the lead with Min Woo Lee of Australia and Harry Higgs from America.

The American that 20,000 fans in Augusta are trying to catch a glimpse of is next up on the first tee. As Bryson DeChambeau and Cameron Smith follow their opening shots down the first fairway, the 11:04 group are walking from the practice greens to start - Oosthuizen, Niemann, Woods.

10:45 - Tiger on the practice range at Augusta

Some were suggesting that Tiger Woods might not turn up for round one, but the American is here and he's hitting balls as we approach his tee time.

One thing the later groups will have to contend with is the possibility of more wind. Breezes are picking up, as Woods hits irons at the range in a pink top.

Olazabal and Spaun are at the midway stage, and now starting the back-nine.

10:04 - Weather looks to be improving for later starters

Harrington briefly moved to 2-under-par with back-to-back birdies, the first player to do so, before a bogey at the fifth dropped him back into a pack at -1.

The opening pair are seeing their scores creeping up and up. Spaun is +3, with Olazabal +4 after 7 holes, which could be a sign of the conditions that await around this course for the later starters.

We're an hour from Tiger Woods teeing off.

09:25 - Harrington takes the lead

Padraig Harrington may have been Europe's Ryder Cup captain in 2021, but he's still an excellent golfer. Having tied for fourth place at the PGA Championship last year, the three-time Major winner had a good start to this Masters tournament and is -1 after three holes to sit out in front of the early starters.

Italy's Francesco Molinari takes a trip into the trees at the second hole with a wayward drive on his way to a bogey 6.

The 1992 champion Fred Couples is also underway, in his 37th Masters tournament. He hit a par 4 on the first.

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Other former champions including Vijay Singh of Fiji and America's Larry Mize are also out on the course.

For most of the fans though, Tiger Woods is the name they're looking out for. He starts at 11:04 local time.

08:40 - Competition has begun - Olazabal birdies the first.

After all the anticipation, the opening group got their Masters campaigns underway.

Spain's Olazabal, who has won this event twice in the past, found the fairway safely with his tee shot on the first hole, giving himself a good chance to attack the green on the par 4. He does, and a perfect short put finds the cup for a birdie three to move top of the leaderboard at this very early stage.

Playing partner JJ Spaun is wayward off the tee, finishing in the rough to the left of the fairway but his second is almost perfect, and the American two-putts to record a par. A decent start for the man who was the last to secure a spot at this tournament.

They're off to the second hole, with 2003 champion Mike Weir of Canada and Irishman Padraig Harrington ready to get their campaigns started in the mist of Augusta.

Honorary starter and Masters champion Gary Player of South Africa plays his opening tee shot on the first tee during the opening ceremony prior to the start of the first round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 07, 2022 in Augusta, Georgia

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08:20 - Honorary starters get play underway

As is tradition, some legends of the men's game start the action, with Tom Watson joining six-time winner Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player to tee-off as part of a tradition dating back to 1963.

Player jokingly tells a fan that he was doing push-ups "while you were asleep this morning."

8am - Thunderstorms have moved away

The rain is still falling, but the heavy thunderstorms have now moved away from the area, according to organisers who are hopeful that the first round can be completed on Thursday.

The fans are taking their places around the course - it's a full crowd for the first time since the start of the Covid pandemic, after restricted supporter numbers in 2021.

Play starts soon!

5:45am - Opening Masters round delayed by thunderstorms

Organisers announced on social media around 5:39am local time (09:39 GMT) that the early morning weather on Thursday had resulted in timings being delayed by 30 minutes, meaning the opening tee shot is pushed back to 08:30 local time in Augusta, Georgia (12:30 GMT).

Who is playing at the Masters 2022 golf major

Unlike the rest of the major championships, there are no qualifying tournaments or alternates for the Masters which is an invitation event and the most exclusive of the four majors.

The top 50 in the world are automatically invited along with former winners and recent champions and high finishers at professional and amateur tournaments.

There will be including Olympic champion Xander Schauffele.

The 28-year-old Californian qualifies by virtue of winning Olympic gold last summer at Tokyo 2020 although he is also in the top 10 of the world rankings.

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Schauffele boasts a fine recent record at Augusta, finishing tied for third 12 months ago behind Hideki Matsuyama and sharing second place in 2019, but you have to go back to the TOUR Championship in September 2020 for his last PGA Tour triumph.

Twelve months after becoming Japan's first men's major winner, and Asia's first Masters champion, Matsuyama hopes to be back to defend his title.

After winning his season-opener at the Sony Open in Hawaii, a back injury kept him out of the PLAYERS Championship.

He returned to action at this week's Texas Open, but a neck problem saw him withdraw during the second round.

No such problems for Scottie Scheffler who arrives in Georgia as the new world number one thanks to a spectacular 2022 so far.

The 25-year-old from New Jersey had never won on the PGA Tour before this season and was perhaps best known for being the last man to shoot 59 in a professional tournament, at the 2020 Northern Trust.

But victories in February's Phoenix Open, the Arnold Palmer Invitational and the WGC Match Play saw him knock Jon Rahm off top spot just in time for the first major of the year.

Scottie Scheffler plays a bunker shot during the 2022 WGC Match Play final

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Tiger Woods is back

While Scheffler is the man in form, most of the attention ahead of the Masters has revolved around Tiger Woods.

The five-time Masters winner has not played competitively since breaking his right leg in three places in a car crash last February.

With the aid of a golf cart, he did play with son Charlie in December's PNC Championship although he walked to the final green of the weekend and looked to be striking the ball well.

Speaking after that event, he talked about needing to build his "endurance" before returning to the PGA Tour.

Woods – whose last Major win was at Augusta in 2019 – has been practising all week on the course in front of full crowds.

“As of right now, I feel like I am going to play,” the 46-year-old said in a press conference on Tuesday (5 April). “My recovery has been good; I’ve been very excited about how I’ve recovered every day.”

“I don't show to an event unless I think I can win it," he said.

When Woods has withdrawn through injury in the past - in 2014, 2016 and 2017 - his latest pull-out was the Friday before the tournament. So it could be that no news is good news, and the 15-time major champion will tee it up on Thursday.

Watch this space.

Reigning (British) Open champion Collin Morikawa will be hoping to improve on his 44th and 18th-place finishes at the last two Masters.

Ahead of his first trip to Augusta as a major winner, Morikawa told GOLF's Subpar Podcast that he will stick to the gameplan that worked so well for him at Royal St George's.

Rio 2016 gold medallist and 2013 U.S. Open champion Justin Rose has sneaked into the Masters thanks to being in the world's top 50 last year.

The Englishman, currently ranked 56, has more missed cuts (two) than top-10 finishes (one) this season. He will be hoping to rediscover his form in a tournament where he finished tied for second in both 2015 and 2017.

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2022 Masters Tournament – Schedule

Thursday, 7 April: First round (Tom Watson will take part in opening drive ceremony as honorary starter, joining Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player)

Friday, 8 April: Second round, followed by the cut after 36 holes, with only the top 50 players and ties progressing to the third and fourth rounds.

Saturday, 9 April: Third round

Sunday, 10 April: Fourth and final round, including Green Jacket ceremony and trophy presentation

2022 Masters Tournament – Players to watch

While Woods may or may not play, his old rival Phil Mickelson is definitely out after taking a break from the game following comments he made about the PGA Tour and the mooted Saudi Golf League.

The three-time winner's absence leaves something of a hole, but Bubba Watson (2012, 2014), Jose Maria Olazabal (1994, 1999) and Bernhard Langer (1985, 1993) are multiple winners who will be taking part.

Despite losing his world number one ranking, Jon Rahm is among the favourites to add to his first major success at last year's U.S. Open.

The big-hitting Spaniard has been pretty consistent this season without making the winners' circle, but he is likely to go close having finished in the top 10 in the last four Masters tournaments.

Scheffler apart, the form man this season is Cameron Smith who took victory in golf's 'fifth major', the PLAYERS Championship, last month.

That was the Australian's second win of the year having prevailed in January's Tournament of Champions, where he beat Rahm by one stroke, and it seems a matter of time before he opens his major account.

Cameron Smith celebrates victory at the 2022 PLAYERS Championship

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Another man to reckon with is four-time major champion Rory McIlroy. The 32-year-old from Northern Ireland just needs the Masters to complete a career grand slam of major titles, although he needs to step up on recent showings if he is going to achieve that feat this week.

Jordan Spieth seems to save his best for Augusta with the 28-year-old Texan seeking his first Green Jacket since taking victory in 2015.

Spieth has made the top three on five occasions in eight Masters appearances, including finishing tied for third 12 months ago.

Other stars to watch are 2020 champion Dustin Johnson, 2020 U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau and four-time major winner Brooks Koepka.

Viktor Hovland could be the best of the foreign challengers with the 24-year-old the only Norwegian to win a PGA Tour event.

He now has three PGA Tour titles from a total of six professional wins, and lies fourth in the world rankings thanks to victory in January's Dubai Desert Classic and three top-10 finishes this season including a share of second in the Arnold Palmer Invitational behind Scheffler.

With all the invitation letters received, it's time for some elite golf.

FAQs

How did Tiger do in the Masters today? ›

Scheffler ended up finishing by three shots over McIlroy to win his first major championship. Meanwhile, five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods finished in the 47th spot.

How much did Tiger Woods make at the Masters? ›

After four rounds of competition, 72 holes of golf, and a +13 overall score, Woods' 47th place finish on the tournament's final day netted him a prize amount of $43,500. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Your browser can't play this video.

Did Tiger Woods complete the Masters 2022? ›

Tiger Woods finishes 13-over-par at the Masters

Tiger Woods shot a second straight 6-over 78 at the 2022 Masters Tournament on Sunday. At the time he finished his round, he was tied for 47th place. Woods' +13 is the worst score of his professional career at the Masters, topping the +5 he shot in 2012.

Did Tiger Woods make the cut for tomorrow's Masters? ›

Masters 2022 second round recap: Scottie Scheffler pulls away while Tiger Woods makes the cut.

Does Tiger get paid to show up at Masters? ›

He Gets Paid Just to Show Up

Tiger can earn up to $1.5 million just to appear at a golf tournament.

Why is Tiger Woods chewing gum at the Masters? ›

"Well, I'm chomping on this gum because I usually get hungry, I keep eating so much," Woods explained. "And it curbs my appetite a little bit, which is nice."

How much did each player get at the Masters? ›

Prize money breakdown for 2022 Masters: $2.7 million to winner. $1.02 million to solo third. This year's runner-up receives $1.61 million while solo third will take home $1.02 million. Solo 50th gets $37,800.

How much did McIlroy get from Masters? ›

$1,620,000

What does it cost to attend the Masters? ›

What's included with your daily badge?
Day at the Masters (including Masters Ticket and Hospitality)Pricing Per Person
Tuesday (Practice Round)$1,950
Wednesday (Practice Round + Par 3 Tournament)$2,650
Thursday (Tournament Round)$3,250
Friday (Tournament Round)$2,850
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What place did Tiger Woods finish in the Masters 2022? ›

Tiger Woods wrapped up his 2022 Masters Tournament by shooting a second consecutive 6-over 78 at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday, giving him a total score of 13-over-par. At the time he finished his round, he was tied for 47th place.

Has Tiger Woods recovered from Masters? ›

Tiger Woods will swing with the Masters once again. The five-time Masters Tournament winner announced that he will return to the competition now that he has recovered from a devastating car accident in February 2021.

Can Tiger Woods use a golf cart at the Masters 2022? ›

“No," he said of the possibility of using a golf cart for The Masters, via For The Win. "I wouldn't, no. No. Absolutely not.

Do players get paid for missing cut at Masters? ›

Even tennis players make some cash for a first-round exit, a reward for qualifying. But golfers? You miss the cut, you make no money.

Do players on the PGA Tour get paid if they miss the cut? ›

The only professional events where professionals get paid for missing the cuts are in majors. For example, golfers who missed the cut at the 2022 Masters Championship still walked away with $10,000. However, in regular Tour events, a missed cut equals 2 days of free labor.

How much do you get paid if you make the cut at the Masters? ›

Professional players that are cut from the field each receive $10,000, while amateur golfers receive no money prizes.

Do Masters winners pay for dinner? ›

Per tradition, the previous year's champion chooses the menu and pays for the dinner. Matsuyama won the 2021 Masters 10 years after he was low amateur in 2011.

Does Tiger Woods receive an appearance fee? ›

However in America it is nothing- since the PGA Tour doesn't pay appearance fees. In other places however, he does get paid an appearance fee. In Europe, Dubai and other such places, Woods gets paid a fee of $1 to $2.5 million, depending on the tournament and the things he is required to do.

Do players at the Masters pay an entry fee? ›

Except at the highest levels, professional golfers must pay entry fees to play in tournaments.

What happens to your brain when you chew gum? ›

When you chew gum, it increases blood flow to your brain. This has a lot of positive effects including improving your memory. In his research, professor Andrew Sholey discovered your short-term memory could be improved 35 percent by chewing a stick of gum.

Why do soldiers chew gum? ›

The U.S. military has supplied gum in combat rations since World War I to moisten mouths, clean teeth and calm nerves. The practice helped make the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.

What does Tiger drink on the course? ›

What does Tiger Drink while playing Golf? Tiger Woods is known for its consumption of energy drinks. He seems to really like consuming Monster Energy Drinks and can often be seen on the course with an energy drink in his hand.

What is the most popular food item served at the Masters? ›

Along with green jacket and the azaleas, the pimento cheese sandwich is one of the most iconic things about the Masters and is still sold for just $1.50.

How much did DJ get from Liv? ›

A whopping $18 million. "Locking up the individual competition is big," Johnson said in a statement. "It's an honor to be LIV's first individual season champion."

Do all players at the Masters get paid? ›

Every professional player in the field is paid for completing the event, but how much each player is paid at the 2022 Masters Tournament from the correct 2022 Masters Tournament full-field payout is based on their finish.

Is Rory McIlroy a Millionaire? ›

Along with Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, McIlroy is one of the four players to win 4 majors by the age of 25. In 2021, Rory McIlroy's net worth is estimated at $170 Million with career winnings and endorsements and is one of the top 10 richest golfers today.

How much does Nike pay Rory McIlroy a year? ›

Rory's Nike contract was extended in 2017 for 10 years and also worth $10m per year, having been worth $20m per year from 2013-2016 when he was using Nike clubs, ball and bag. He is estimated to earn around $35m a year in total from his sponsorships alone.

Can you wear jeans to the Masters? ›

The official Masters dress code states that appropriate clothing and shoes should be worn at all times. Jeans are not allowed. Golf shoes with spikes are also not allowed. Only the players behind the ropes can wear them.

How much does a chair at the Masters cost? ›

7. Almost everyone here owns a green folding chair marked with The Masters logo. You can purchase one in the gift shop for a reasonable $30.

How much does it cost to be a member at the Masters in Augusta? ›

Annual dues cost $30,000. Once a member is given the literal “green jacket”, they're required to wear it during tournaments. The jackets are to be returned if they're not used, except for winners of Masters, who can keep the jacket for a limited amount of time before they get collected.

What place is Tiger Woods in after the first round of the Masters? ›

Find the full leader board here. Tiger Woods shot a 1-under 71 in his first competitive tour round in more than 500 days. The five-time champion had three birdies, and is tied for 10th place. Defending champion Hideki Matsuyama is tied for 18th place after a first-round 72.

Does Tiger Woods have a chance to win the 2022 Masters? ›

Woods is a 40-1 long shot in the 2022 Masters odds from Caesars Sportsbook and is scheduled to play with Louis Oosthuizen (40-1) and Joaquin Niemann (45-1). Jon Rahm is the 10-1 Masters favorite, while defending champion Hideki Matsuyama is 40-1 and 2020 Masters champion Dustin Johnson is 16-1.

Is Tiger Woods walking on his own? ›

The 45-year-old Woods is walking on his own, more than nine months after a horrific one-car crash Feb. 23 outside Los Angeles. Woods suffered multiple compound fractures of both bones in his lower right leg, which required multiple surgeries and a rod inserted in his leg.

How long did it take for Tiger Woods to recover? ›

Tiger Woods car accident timeline: How golf great made remarkable 13-month recovery for Masters return.

Will Tiger Woods ever play golf again? ›

Tiger Woods hasn't announced his intentions to play again in 2022, but the odds that we will see him again seem to be increasing. Woods was seen hitting balls recently at Pebble Beach, where he hosted the inaugural TGR Junior Invitational and the 11th Tiger Woods Invitational. Woods got in some golf, as well.

Can Tiger Woods ride in a cart at the Masters? ›

Golfers are not allowed ride in carts along the course at Augusta National at the Masters, and that may present some challenges for Woods. Woods said walking the course will be his biggest hurdle, so WPTV wanted to give you a different view of Augusta National.

Can Tiger take a cart at Masters? ›

'THAT'S NOT WHO I AM'

And Woods rode one to victory alongside son Charlie at his big 2021 comeback at the PNC Championship. But Tiger categorically ruled out the use of a cart in Tour competitions before this year's Masters in Augusta. He said: "I wouldn't [use a cart], no.

Why doesn't Tiger Woods use a cart? ›

He requested an exemption to the PGA's walking rule in 1997 while on a tour event. He wanted to use a golf cart but was denied. He sued the PGA and, after four years, won the case.

How did Tiger finish in Masters? ›

His finish, unfortunately, wasn't nearly as memorable. Woods shot a six-over 78 in Sunday's final round, the third straight round he exceeded par. That left him at 13 over for the tournament. The media could not be played.

How has Tiger Woods done in the Masters? ›

Tiger's Bio

The 46-year-old Woods is tied for first in career PGA Tour wins (82) with Sam Snead. Woods has made 23 career starts in the Masters, where he has 14 top-10 finishes and has missed just one cut, as an amateur in 1996.

What happened to Tiger Woods in the final round of the Masters? ›

Woods was limping throughout his final round, and the limp seemed much worse Sunday than it had been earlier in the tournament. Just making the cut and getting through four days on the most famed course in America was its own victory for Woods.

What did Tiger have for dinner at Masters? ›

The Masters Champions dinner: From Tiger Woods' cheeseburgers and milkshakes to Nick Faldo's fish and chips and haggis from Sandy Lyle – a look at the varying menus as Hideki Matsuyama brings taste of Japan to Augusta.

How much does each player get at the Masters? ›

Prize money breakdown for 2022 Masters: $2.7 million to winner. $1.02 million to solo third. This year's runner-up receives $1.61 million while solo third will take home $1.02 million. Solo 50th gets $37,800.

Will Tiger be cut from Masters? ›

Tiger Woods made the cut at the Masters after a roller-coaster Friday, continuing his excellent return to competitive golf. The five-time Masters champion had to overcome a poor start to his round, before an up-and-down back nine helped him recover.

Do players keep their own score in the Masters? ›

Golf is a game of honor, and it is incumbent on the golfer to play by the Rules of Golf and to keep his own score.

Who is the best golfer ever? ›

Who is the best golfer of all time? Based on the number of victories alone, Jack Nicklaus is hands down the best golfer of all time. He has a total of 73 PGA Tour wins, 10 Champions Tour trophies, and overall 115 worldwide wins.

How can I watch the Tiger at the Masters? ›

The Masters site will have the TV simulcast livestream each day, and both the Masters site and CBS Sports will offer an additional five livestreams each of the four days of the tournament: You can follow featured groups at the Masters throughout each day. You can watch golfers navigate holes 4, 5 and 6.

How much did Tiger Woods make for 2022 Masters? ›

Woods, who had ruled the top spots of the competition earlier, received a payout of $43,500. The 15-time major winner seemed comfortable with a weak finish at Augusta National as it came on the back of his recovery.

Did Tiger Woods make it to the third round of the Masters? ›

Tiger Woods' incredible Masters journey continued on Saturday as he had a rollercoaster third round at Augusta National. The 15-time major winner defied the odds and made the cut on Friday, carding a two-over-par 74 after an up-and-down round.

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