AUGUSTA, Ga. -- For the first nine holes on Saturday, the leaderboard at the Masters was crowded. Then, after a weather delay, Hideki Matsuyama blistered the second nine at Augusta National, shooting 30 on his way to a 7-under 65 in the only bogey-free round at this place this year.
So can anyone catch him? If so, who?
We tackle the biggest questions heading into the final round at Augusta National:
How much did one hour of rain on Saturday change this Masters?
Bob Harig: It would be difficult to say it was anything other than huge.