Tiger Woods: What Are His Chances at Winning?
Tiger Woods has no secured a share of the lead at the 2011 Masters.
He is currently tied with Adam Scott,Geoff Ogilvy, and Charl Schwartzel. And in the past, it would almost be a lock that Tiger would be taking home his fifth green jacket.
This time is different. Tiger is not playing in the final group. He is almost an hour ahead of those he is tied with. Tiger only has the difficult 18th hole left, a hole that does not yield many birdies.
Those behind him, however, have at least one birdie hole left. There is still time for them to make up a stroke and take solo possession of first place. Tiger is almost out of time.
And when Tiger finishes he will be forced to play the waiting game, a position he is not used to.
At this point the best Tiger can hope for is a play-off. Unless everyone goes the way of Rory McIlroy and starts falling apart.
Right now, Tiger envies the position of those playing behind him. So while Tiger still has a chance to win, his window of opportunity is quickly closing.
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