In less than 24 hours, the 2013 Masters will have crowned its champion. Heading into Masters Sunday, here’s what you need to know about the contenders and tournament.
- Typically, the winner of the Masters comes from Sunday’s final pairing. Zach Johnson in 2007 and Bubba Watson last year bucked the trend. It looks mighty good for 2009 champion Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker, then. Get to know Sneds before he wins a major.
- Three of four Australians in the field are in contention to win. No Aussie has ever won the Masters, however. Can they break the curse?
- Tiger Woods has never won a major championship when he trails after 54 holes. He is four shots behind the co-leaders. Were it not for a two-stroke penalty on Saturday morning for a Friday afternoon drop, he would be closer.
- Don’t sleep on Rickie Fowler. He’s five shots behind the lead, but has the game and physique to win. Find out what you don’t know about the Orange One.
The contenders are playing the most iconic prize in golf on Sunday. Get to know the green jacket better in this Back9 in 90.