While the early news of the day with Tiger’s good round that could have been, Phil, Hanson, Kuchar, Ooshuizen and others were stealing the show by the end of the day.
Francesco Molinari had a great day, almost matching his 69 on Day 1. He has a great chance to get a top 10.
Here are the scores for the Nike Golf athletes at the 2012 Masters;
Francesco Molinari’s round was expected, as he was over 80% in Fairways and Greens heading into Saturday.
Kevin Chappell had a nice rebound round as well with 4 birdies and 3 bogeys.
Ross Fisher had a decent round as well. He had 5 birdies, but added 4 bogeys and a double. Fisher hasn’t been putting well, even though he’s been hitting greens and fairways.
I can’t comment too much more on Tiger. Cink didn’t even have a birdie on the round, and Schwartzel was on the rebound, but bogeys on all 3 rounds on the 18th hole can’t help.
Round 4 Tee Times and Pairings