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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Brandt Snedeker
Adam Scott keeps putting his name in the Bay Hill record book, each round moving him closer to another handshake with The King.
The curls no longer spilled from under his cap, a big change for Rory McIlroy. Prompted to reveal the rest of his free haircut, he removed his hat and wild brown locks sprang to life.
Billy Horschel, who tied for fourth in the real U.S. Open two weeks ago at Merion, began his day with a 50-foot birdie putt, added a pair of birdies over the next three holes and then hung on for a 68. That was the best score among the early starters.
Brandt Snedeker stepped in front of the cameras, offered a few opening remarks about the RBC Heritage and then took a breath.
Jason Day is three holes away from becoming the first Australian to win the green jacket.
There are some great nicknames on display at the Masters.
We're all tied up at the Masters.
This time No. 12 got Bubba Watson. Last year's Masters champion put up the second 10 of the day on the hole called Golden Bell. Earlier Sunday, Kevin Na had a 10 on the Par 3, 155-yard picturesque hole that showed how treacherous it can be with Rae's Creek in the front and three bunkers, one in front and two in the rear, surrounding it.
There's been a steady rain since the leaders teed off at the Masters.
Experience sure matters at Augusta National. Fifty-five-year-old Bernhard Langer is contending at the Masters after starting the final round with three straight birdies. The two-time winner has pushed his score to 5 under, three strokes behind co-leaders Brandt Snedeker and Jason Day.
Tiger Woods can start looking ahead to the U.S. Open.
Angel Cabrera is halfway to his second green jacket.
“If you look at the tradition in the history of the Masters, it’s a pretty good place to be,” said Brandt Snedeker, who has been in the final pairing twice: 2008 when he finished tied for third, and last year when he tied for sixth.
“You think about that, but you’ve got to be able to adjust,” Snedeker said about the rain.