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.masters-tile-195x195

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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