American Bubba Watson stopped Louis Oosthuizen from becoming the third South African to wear a green jacket in the last five years by defeating him in a play off to clinch the 76th U.S. Masters title at Augusta.
Peter Hanson of Sweden fired a 65 nine under to take a one shot lead over his closest rival at this time Phil Mickelson who fired a 66 eight under, in the third round of the Masters at Augusta.
Golf veteran Fred Couples who shot a 67 for the day shares the top spot with fellow American Jason Dufner on five under in the second round at Augusta.
World no. 3 Lee Westwood carded a 5-under 67 to take the lead of the opening round of the 76th Masters Tournament at Augusta, Georgia.
Tiger Woods recent victory at Bay Hill only signifies that he is back to where he really belongs, to be within the range of the winning circle.
Former world no.1 Tiger Woods has assured that he would be ready to compete in the Masters while others doubt in his bill of health to compete.
Tiger Woods is back in contention when he went on a back-nine birdie spree, shooting 31 on the way in for a 66 and a seven-under total in the second round for the 75th Masters’ tournament at Augusta.
Phil Mickelson is the Masters’ defending champion though, this is his first time to be ahead of Woods in the rankings since 1997.
After a long wait, it’s now set for the 2011 Masters Tournament to begin on April 7 at Augusta.
Phil Mickelson shot a 65 to earn his first victory in the Masters final round, 2011 Shell Houston Open.