Phil Mickelson leads entering the final round of The Masters, but there are plenty of top players nipping at his heels.
With all the leaders having much of their third rounds still left to complete Sunday morning, The Masters picture is still very cloudy.
In one of the most intriguing groupings of the day, Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els remained tied in fifth place after 36 holes at The Masters.
Such was Tiger Woods' reaction to his third-round 65 ... and an inevitable fourth green jacket.
The only major venue used every year, Augusta National is a living history lesson for professional golfers.
Vijay, Phil and Ernie out front. The No. 1 ranking at stake. A Ryder Cup team to be decided. This PGA has it all.
After watching the way Phil Mickelson won The Masters -- and the sheer joy he exuded while celebrating -- suddenly, the wait doesn't seem that bad.
Davis Love III fired a 65 Friday, but the day was all about Arnold Palmer's final round at The Masters.
With no rain to soften the course, the changes made at Augusta should finally show their teeth this week.
Phil Mickelson's game held up on Sunday at The Masters, but his 68 just wasn't low enough.
After a flurry of top players climbed the leaderboard late Saturday, The Masters had finally begun.
Forget Martha, the rain and cold that has plagued Augusta has made this a Masters like no other.
A threepeat? At Augusta? Because no one's done it before means that Tiger probably will.
Tiger is the favorite this week, but if someone's going to stop him, it'll likely be one of these guys.
A soggy Augusta means trouble for the short hitters at The Masters, but it gives Tiger a big edge.
Phil Mickelson's first Masters win was all about guts and determination. His most recent one was defined by dominance.