Tiger Woods Reacts To Winning The 2019 Masters

Virginia Santiago
April 15, 2019

It's been an incredible road back to major contention for Woods. Molinari will be teeing off with Tiger Woods (-11) and Tony Finau (-11) who are both within striking distance.

Tiger Woods won the first of his four Masters in 1997 playing in the final group with Costantino Rocca. "Hopefully I can focus and have a good weekend", the 23-year-old Li said.

Koepka, who does not have a top-10 finish in three previous starts at the Masters and missed the event in 2018 due to a wrist injury, was chugging along at one-under on the day when he stepped up to the par-five 15th and gave his Green Jacket hopes a boost.

Italy's Molinari, the reigning British Open champion, stayed patient through five opening pars as birdies broke out everywhere on rain-softened Augusta.

But Friday was far from a breeze.

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Molinari has shown incredible consistency by playing 49 holes at Augusta without dropping a shot.

"I was in front of a TV, for sure", Molinari said after building a two-shot lead. "So I can live with that".

Woods was in the rough and hit another gorgeous recovery shot to the green on hole No. 14.

Seventh-ranked Molinari fired a bogey-free 67, the lowest score of his 26 career rounds at Augusta National, where his best finish was a share of 19th in 2012.

Play will begin at 9:30pm (AEST) with the leaders to tee off at 11:20pm (AEST).

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Woods, Koepka, Johnson and Schauffele were among players in the mix going down the stretch. They tee off Saturday at 2:05 p.m. ET. "So I'm aware that it's not going to be easy tomorrow and, like I said, I can just do my best". But for the greatest iron player the game has ever seen, it's a strategy that has worked. "It really is an exciting leaderboard, fun to be a part of". "If you drop shots there, then it kind of changes the whole round".

After a 30-minute delay, Woods came out and missed the 5-footer. Thankfully, it wasn't on the 18th hole where you need a par to win or something. I had a bad first putt and a bad second putt. "That's the way it goes". The second one effectively pushed him out of the race for good when Woods birdied the same hole. Not the weather delay. He made it worth the wait, closing with a 2-under 70 for a one-shot victory and setting off a scene of raw emotion.

"I was staring bogey in the face at 15 and thinking I have to play the last three in even par to make the cut".

Slip of the day: For the second day in a row, Woods made birdie from the trees left of the 14 fairway.

"I think, to be honest, every tournament is different and every time is different", Molinari said. "I could shoot 61, especially with the pins tomorrow", Scott said. He understands how to play here.

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