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Key Pairings on Saturday at the Masters

By: Golfshake Editor | Sat 08 Apr 2017 | Comments


It's poised to be a fascinating and thrilling weekend at Augusta National, with a congested and eclectic leaderboard jostling at the summit of the 81st Masters Tournament. Day one leader Charley Hoffman was joined at the top on Friday by Sergio Garcia, Thomas Pieters and Rickie Fowler, with the likes of Jon Rahm, Fred Couples, Justin Rose, Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy all within five shots. 

The troublesome breeze that has defined the opening two days is set to relent, with conditions forecast to improve throughout Saturday and Sunday.

Here are some of the key pairings to look our for in the third round. (UK Time).

18:10: Lee Westwood (+3) and Marc Leishman (+3)

18:20: Ernie Els (+3) and Jason Dufner (+3)

18:40: Hideki Matsuyama (+2) and Martin Kaymer (+2)

18:50: Soren Kjeldsen (+1) and Charl Schwartzel (+2)

19:00: Matt Kuchar (+1) and Rory McIlroy (+1)

19:10: Jordan Spieth (E) and Phil Mickelson (E)

19:20: Justin Rose (-1) and Adam Scott (E)

19:30: Jon Rahm (-1) and Fred Couples (-1)

19:40: William McGirt (-2) and Ryan Moore (-1)

19:50: Thomas Pieters (-4) and Rickie Fowler (-4)

20:00: Charley Hoffman (-4) and Sergio Garcia (-4)

 

 


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