Masters: Phil Mickelson says somebody will go low on Sunday
Phil Mickelson thinks somebody can shoot a low score on Sunday at the 2013 Masters.
It's Sunday at the Masters, which means the roars are coming.
How many come remains to be seen, though. Obviously, guys who trail like Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar are hoping for a lot. Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker are hoping for a more subdued finish -- 71-72 would do just fine.
After his 1-over-par 73 on Sunday, Phil Mickelson said he thinks somebody's going to shoot a ridiculous number:
Phil asked about Sunday scoring conditions: "Somebody is going to go low today."— Rex Hoggard (@RexHoggardGC) April 14, 2013
Will it be Tiger?
Likely not. Woods has only broken 68 once on Sunday in 17 Sundays at Augusta. That was a 67 in 2011, when he finished fourth behind Charl Schwartzel.
So, if not Woods, then who?
Adam Scott could be your man. He has shot 66 and 67 in the last two years on Sunday and has been as hot as anyone in the tournament this week.
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