Masters set for fitting finale

Originally Published: April 7, 2012
By Gene Wojciechowski | ESPN.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- At 4:52 p.m. Masters Standard Time on Saturday, the ground shook, the pines covered their ears and scoreboard operators all across Augusta National reached for more red numbers.

Phil Mickelson was tied for the lead!

For about 24 minutes.

And then an ego-free Swede named Peter Hanson, whose own country club in Orlando won't talk about him, moved ahead. He was joined by Louis Oosthuizen, who has a Claret Jug and a last name with seemingly 1,000 incorrect pronunciations.

But ...

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