The Masters Final Round Odds
Jordan Spieth continues to lead the Masters Championship after three rounds of play. Can he go wire-to-wire for the second straight year?
Spieth entered Saturday with a 1-shot lead on Rory McIlroy and he had a 5-shot lead on the field at one point in the third round, but a bogey/double bogey finish to his day leaves him at -3 for the tournament, 1 shot ahead of Smylie Kaufman (+1000). Spieth finished with a 73 on Saturday while Kaufman, shot a 3-under 69 for the low round of the day. McIlroy (+1800) struggled, shooting a 77 to fall to +2 for the tournament.
Day is three shots back at even par for the tournament. He posted a 1-under 71 on Sunday. Day is seeking to win The Masters for the first time.
Matsuyama is two shots back of Spieth at -1 for the tournament. Matsuyama shot a 72 on Sunday. He is looking to win his first major championship.