Woods on third-round 65: 'Not bad, huh?'
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The specter of Tiger Woods with a three-stroke lead and one round to play at the Masters Tournament revived a feeling that has lain dormant for three years: the utter lack of drama in the air in anticipation of the final round.
Really, can we expect a Chris DiMarco or a Thomas Bjorn, who's four strokes back, to prevent Woods from winning his fourth green jacket? DiMarco surrendered a four-stroke lead in the time it takes to watch PTI, give or take a Kornheiser ...
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