So when’s the last time someone shot a 75 on Sunday and still won the Masters by three stokes? It is amazing to see the final scoreboard and Tiger Woods in second place by those three strokes. If he doesn’t miss at least 3 short putts it’s likely Trevor Immelman doesn’t hold on to win. As it is, it’s safe to say this was Woods’s lousiest second place finish ever. Even at that, look at what happened to the other four players who started the day ahead of him. Brandt Snedeker shoots a 77, Steve Flesch a 78, and Paul Casey a 79. On a windy difficult day, it’s no surprise that the field came back to him. He just wasn’t able to return the favor. Lesson: don’t go into day four trailing by 6 strokes.
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