The Latest from the final round of the Masters
AUGUSTA (AP) – Scores could go low today at the Masters as winds shouldn’t bedevil the field quite so much in the final round from Augusta.
Perhaps that will mean lower scores.
It’s sunny and a brisk 50 degrees, but winds are a relatively calm 9 mph. The forecast calls for significant relief from the heavy winds that have wreaked havoc on some shots – including a sudden gust that pushed Billy Horschel’s potential eagle putt on 15 into the water on Saturday that led to a bogey.
Leader Jordan Spieth and rookie Smylie Kaufman, who’s one stroke back at 2 under, tee off at 2:45 p.m.
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