AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The last three times Tiger Woods has entered the final round of the Masters inside the top 10 on the leaderboard, he has produced a round in the 60s.
That includes his 5-under 67 two years ago when he started ninth but eventually finished tied for fourth.
That 67 is his lowest final round in 18 starts at Augusta National. He may need to shoot lower, though, to have any chance of making up the four shots in which he currently trails co-leaders, Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera.
In his four Masters wins, Tiger entered the final round with the lead.