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A glance at the third round of the Masters
Question of the Day
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - A brief look at the third round of the Masters on Saturday (all times EDT):
SHOT OF THE DAY: Kuchar’s chip from behind the green on No. 15 that settled a few feet from the hole for a birdie.
NOTEWORTHY: Two players with a chance to become the oldest major champions ever are within striking distance. Miguel Angel Jimenez is two shots back at the age of 50, while 54-year-old Fred Couples is four back.
KEY STATISTIC: Fifteen players are within five shots of the lead.
QUOTEWORTHY: “You always have that dream as a kid when you’re growing up, so when you get here, you hear the same roars and you want to be part of those roars.” - Bubba Watson.
TELEVISION: Sunday 2-7 p.m., CBS.
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