AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Tiger Woods has never won a major when trailing after 54 holes, and he trails leaders Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera by four.
No Masters champion has ever made an 8 on a hole -- which Woods did after being assessed a two-stroke penalty for taking an improper drop -- en route to victory.
Only three times in the last 22 years has the winner come from outside the final pairing on Sunday. Woods is playing in the fourth-to-last group.
So what are Woods' chances?
He's won three times this season, but hasn't slipped on a Green Jacket since 2005 and hasn't won a major since 2008.
If not for hitting the pin with his approach to the 15th hole Friday and his ball caroming back into the water, he would likely have a share of the lead.
Woods' lowest final round here is a 67, two years ago. His lowest ever score here is a 65, in the third round in 1997. He'll likely need something similar Sunday.
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