The final day at this year's Masters has the potential to be a real doozy, as indicated by a group of players atop the leaderboard with very similar odds heading into Sunday.
Two players, Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera, are tied atop the leaderboard at seven under par. In total, 11 players are within five strokes of the leaders, including Tiger Woods (three under for the tournament) and his unnecessarily controversial two-stroke penalty.
Seriously, if you are in any way angry about Woods' penalty, please check out the article Michael Rosenberg of SI.com wrote on the matter. A lot of people are making a big ado over nothing. It was the right decision. Let's all move on.
Just below the leaders is Adam Scott, who shot his second three-under 69 on Saturday to go to six under for the tournament. At five under, however, Marc Leishman couldn't come close to replicating Thursday's 66, as he is now one over in the past two days.
Jason Day also lost a stroke on Friday, shooting a 73 to take him to five under for the tournament.
Matt Kuchar overcame Friday's brutal three-over 75 by shooting a 69 yesterday to put him at four under for the tourney, while Woods has remained incredibly steady and sits at three under. The favorite heading into the tournament, Woods will have to be at his best on Sunday and hope the players above him slip up on the course.
Remember, just four players have shot a 67 or better at this tournament. The odds of him simply blowing away the field on Sunday are slim—he'll need some help if he's to come back and win the event.
A few familiar faces round out the remaining contenders at two under, including Rickie Fowler, Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk and Lee Westwood, while Sergio Garcia highlights four players remaining at one under for the tournament.
With so many players still in the running, Sunday should be a truly special day at Augusta. Below, you'll find the Masters leaderboard and updated odds for all of the top contenders.
Top Odds (via Bovada)
Brandt Snedeker: 9-4
Adam Scott: 7-2
Angel Cabrera: 5-1
Tiger Woods: 11-2
Jason Day: 8-1
Matt Kuchar: 10-1
Marc Leishman: 20-1
Lee Westwood: 40-1
Rickie Fowler: 50-1
Tim Clark: 55-1
Jim Furyk: 66-1
Steve Stricker: 66-1
Sergio Garcia: 10011
Jason Dufner: 125-1
Bernhard Langer: 150-1
Bo Van Pelt: 150-1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano: 150-1
Justin Rose: 150-1
Nick Watney: 150-1
Fred Couples: 300-1
K.J. Choi: 500-1
Bill Haas: 750-1
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