AUGUSTA, Ga. – When Tiger Woods wins the Masters, this is the day he usually puts an arm in the green jacket.
Woods’ scoring average is 66.0 in the third round in the four years he’s won the Masters.
Woods has moved himself into first place after 54 holes all four times he has won here (1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005).
Since turning pro, Woods’ overall scoring average is 68.9 in the third round of the Masters. That’s almost two shots better than his final-round scoring average (70.8).
Of course, Woods has won all 14 of his major championships holding the 54 hole lead. He’s never won a major coming from behind.