Final day at Augusta after a thrilling third round
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - The fourth round of the Masters has teed off, and the patrons can only hope for as many thrills as they got the day before.
Lee Westwood holds a one stroke lead as he pursues his first major championship Sunday. Right on his heels is Phil Mickelson, who electrified Augusta National in the third round when he made back to back eagles on his way to a 67. He'll play with Westwood in the final group, which tees off at 2:40 p.m. EDT.
Tiger Woods is still in the mix, too. He's four shots back and tied with K.J. Choi for third place. Those two will play in the next-to-last group, the fourth straight day they've been paired together. Fred Couples is five behind and hoping to become the oldest major champion at age 50.
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