Starting Saturday's third round at the Masters, Keegan Bradley need to make a day-three charge up the leaderboard to have a shot at his second consecutive major championship. Unfortunately, Augusta National Golf Club wasn't cooperative and the charge never came for Bradley, who finished his third round at 1-over par on the day and is now 5-over overall.
Bradley, a native of Woodstock, VT, will have little to no chance of making a Sunday's comeback, as more than 50-plus golfers will be standing in his way. Two of those are leaders Fred Couples and Jason Dufner, who have yet to start their third rounds. Both Couples, who's 52-years-old, and Dufner is at 5-under par.
Currently, one of the golfer making a climb up the leaderboard is England's Justin Rose, who's 3-under thru eight holes and sits at 3-under overall, two shots back.
As for Tiger Woods, there was hasn't been any magic on Saturday. Right now, Tiger is even-par for the day is sits at 3-over par overall, eight strokes behind the leaders.
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