Tiger Woods is in contention after three rounds at The Masters. In 2019.
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Woods, who has not won a major title since the 2008 US Open, is two strokes back and tied for second place, after conceding Saturday a 5 under par 67 A nice day at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Woods is 11-under for the tournament. Francesco Molinari is 13 and will play with Woods and Tony Finau in the last group on Sunday.
Woods has won 14 major tournaments, including four at the Masters: 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005.
The story can be an indicator of what Woods needs to do on Sunday's final round to win.
So how did he play Sunday, in his previous four titles at Augusta?
We mapped his scores:
In comparison, Woods led by three shots after 54 holes in 2005, tied for first in 2002, one shot in 2001 and nine shots in 1997.
We know that he will wear his trademark red Sunday.
We will see what happens on a memorable Sunday for Woods and his legion of fans around the world.
Groups take off early in the morning in groups of three in order to avoid the possibility of severe weather in the afternoon.
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