Adam Scott and the Masters Leaderboard: Is This the Craziest Masters Ever?
The Masters leaderboard is more chaotic than a California freeway at rush hour.
We have Adam Scott starting to pull away from the field. Behind him there is a host of players at 10-under-par.
Currently, Tiger Woods and Geoff Ogilvy hold the clubhouse lead at 10-under-par but there is a lot of golf left to be played.
It is hard to remember a Masters where the leaderboard has been as packed at the top as this years.
Many player's have had chances to pull away yet so far all have failed.
If Tiger would have not three-putted twice and made his eagle putt, he could have been home in 13-under-par. This would have most likely been good enough to give him the lead and the tournament. Unfortunately, Tiger failed to take advantage of his chances and now will wait to see if his closing round 67 was good enough.
Adam Scott currently has the best chance to win. He will take a two stroke lead to the 17th hole, a nearly insurmountable lead.
But then you remember this is Augusta National and this is the Masters and crazier things have happened.
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