Australian Jason Day finished No. 2, behind winner Charl Schwartzel, at the 2011 Masters.
Since then, the No. 39 golfer in the Official World Golf Rankings has been pretty quiet.
Day has recorded three top-10 finishes in 2013 and made cuts in each of his seven tournament appearances. Further, he's made cuts in his last 11 events on the PGA Tour. If nothing else, the youngster is playing consistent golf at the moment.
While he ranks No. 13 on tour in driving distance (299.6), Day only comes in at No. 156 in terms of driving accuracy percentage. He's a big hitter that often struggles to keep it straight, but he's fared quite well scrambling from the sand this year (No. 6 in sand save percentage).
If Day can just have a solid Saturday at the Masters, he should be primed for a weekend run. It's been the third round this year where he has had trouble, ranking No. 150 in third-round scoring average (72).
However, in final-round play the Australian has performed admirably in this season. Currently, Day ranks No. 30 on tour in final-round scoring average (69.5).
If he keeps his cut streak alive and posts a solid number in Round 3, Day could quickly creep onto the first page of the leaderboard on Sunday.