Prior to Saturday, his third-round average at Augusta was 75.
Despite falling out of contention after entering the day with a legitimate shot at his second green jacket, Spieth said he still felt good about his day. Find out how it all goes down tomorrow in the final round of the 2017 Masters Tournament. He birdied the second hole but made bogeys on the third and sixth holes before the wheels came off on the back nine.
(AP Photo/Matt Slocum). Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, looks back on the seventh green during the third round of the Masters golf tournament Saturday, April 8, 2017, in Augusta, Ga.
Spieth desperately wants to put the horrors of last year's Masters Sunday behind him, or at least the horrors of having to answer questions about it.
"I'm just going to need the round of the year for me tomorrow".
A tradition like no other: The Masters clings to its ban on cellphones, even as golf's other major championships and tours allow fans to stay connected when they're out on the course. In this year's third-round he shot a 2-under-par 70 to put himself in serious contention to win his first (and astonishingly overdue) major title on a Sunday that would have been Seve's 60 birthday.
See how Democrats vs. Republicans react to controversial Pepsi ad
Madonna, who has had a long-standing beef with Pepsi after the incident, seems to be still holding a grudge after all this time. Meanwhile, as per Toronto Sun , the actors in the commercial said that most of the extras in the ad weren't even from the US.
He wound up going nowhere.
Rickie Fowler was third at 5 under while Jordan Spieth, the 2015 Masters victor, headed a group of three who were two strokes back. "Not with regards to the actual shots itself into the greens, but more so once you get on the greens they're starting to become a lot firmer and faster and you have to have really, really nice touch because pin locations are tough". He closed with hard, par-saving 7 footers on the 17th and 18th holes.
The fiery Spaniard, bidding to end almost two decades of major disappointment, got his day off to brilliant start rolling in a short birdie putt at the first then added another at the third on way to a three-shot lead.
"I had some chances on the back nine that I could have converted", he said.
"Anyone who says I haven't thought about winning it is lying", Fowler added.
"I think that I feel like I actually I can actually play golf again, which is great, when I play like that", Day said. But he's three shots ahead of Rickie Fowler, four clear of Charley Hoffman and five up on Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott and Paul Casey.
Ugandan Activist Nyanzi Arrested, Charged With Cyber Harassment
She also calls herself "a die-hard Facebooker who loudly speaks her mind based on her banal experiences of life". She is expected back in court on April 25 after prosecutors requested for a mental examination.
And he was in good shape on the par-4 fifth hole.
"I think [Augusta] is the kind of place that if you're trying to fight against it, it's going to beat you down", Garcia said.
He was some 40 feet short and ran the first putt 10 feet by. "I missed multiple putts and you can't do that". "I got a little loose on the back nine".
Rose is one of four previous major winners in the top 10 going into Sunday's final round, which will be live and uninterrupted on BBC Two from 19:00 BST. But his sand shot caught the slope and ran some 65 feet away. He now has two bogeys, a double and a quadruple-bogey. "I was very happy with the way I struck the ball". Hoffman, though, rallied back after a mistake that might've unraveled many with two steady, closing pars to remain two off the lead.
"I played well early on", he said. "I'm just kind of hanging around".
South Korean supporters of arrested ex-president to protest
Choi was allegedly meddling in state affairs without holding any official post, and helping to extort money from big corporations. Nearby, 77-year-old Park Seong-woo said that prosecutors and the court have done the right thing to do.