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“We’d all like to pick and choose when we have a good round, but we don’t get to do that,” said Van Pelt, who was 1 under for the tournament. “For me I knew I was close, closer than what my scores had shown the first three days, so it’s nice to put a good one together going into next week. Obviously everybody wants to have their best week this week.”
Or this week last year.
“I hit a shot that was feeding down last year and just missed,” Scott said. “I would have liked to switch them.”
DIVOTS: Patrick Cantlay was the low amateur at 7-over 295. Hideki Matsuyama finished two strokes behind after blowing up with an 8-over 80. … Fred Couples, who had a share of the lead after the first round, finished in a tie for 12th. … Kevin Na’s birdie on 18 Sunday earned him a return trip to Augusta National. At 1-under for the tournament, Na finished in a tie for 12th. The top 16 and ties get spots in next year’s field.
By David Keene
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