It all comes down to this.
After an impressive week, Tiger Woods’ pursuit of a 15th major title concludes on Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club for the final round of golf’s first major, the 2019 Masters.
Tiger enters the final round at 11-under par, T-2 with Tony Finau, two shots behind leader Francesco Molinari. That trio comprises the final pairing and they tee off on No. 1 at 9:20 a.m. ET. Follow along below for shot-by-shot analysis of Woods’ final round at Augusta.
Hole 2: Par 5, 575 yards
OFF THE TEE: Well, this isn’t great. Tiger misses this one well left.
SECOND SHOT: Tiger takes his medicine and just punches this back out in the fairway, advancing up the fairway. He’ll have a little over 200 yards to the green.
APPROACH SHOT: From 217 yards out Tiger just gets this one up on the green. He really liked this one off the club but the result isn’t what he expected. He’s got a birdie putt from 59 feet awaiting.
ON THE GREEN: TW took a long look at this one but gave it a bit too much mustard (nitpicking). It’s tough to judge the speed from that far with that much break, but this was a solid effort to set up a par save.
Hole 1: Par 4, 445 yards
OFF THE TEE: Showtime. 3-wood here for Tiger and this one’s down the left side of the fairway. Everyone’s on the course. Let’s get weird.
APPROACH SHOT: Tiger’s safely on the green here at No. 1. He’s 27 feet below the hole with a birdie look to start the day.
ON THE GREEN: No dice on the birdie putt. This was left the whole way, and he taps-in the two-footer for par.
TIGER ON THE DAY: Even thru 1 (11-under overall)
It’s almost time. Here’s a little Sunday at Augusta flashback you may enjoy.