Yeah, that’s right. I called The Masters the second-biggest tournament of the year.
Obviously, the Ryder Cup is the biggest tournament of the year, because who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned showdown between the
patriots and the King George’s army Americans and the British.
ANYWAYS, Oklahoma State golf’s golden boy is in prime position to win The Masters and his first major at only 28 years old. He is only one stroke behind co-leaders Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia, thanks to a one-under par third round today.
Just how close is the leaderboard? This close.
Tomorrow should be a lot of fun. Fowler and his golf partner for tomorrow’s final round Jordan Spieth will tee off at 1:35 p.m. CT.
Yesterday, Fowler had the best odds to win the tournament. As it so often does, that has now changed.
Masters updated— Jeff Sherman (@golfodds) April 8, 2017
J Rose 5/2
J Spieth 3/1
R Fowler 4/1
S Garcia 9/2
A Scott 15/1
R Moore 15/1
C Hoffman 25/1
C Schwartzel 40/1
R McIlroy 40/1
You can watch Rickie’s chase for the green jacket on CBS from 2-6:30 p.m. CT, or stream it live on masters.com