Tiger Woods seals fifth Masters title and 15th major title

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Woods, who counts four Masters green jackets among his 14 major titles, thrilled the massive galleries following him through the towering Georgia pines when he joined the leading group on three-under with back-to-back birdies at 13 and 14. For the tournament, Finau tied for 13th with an 11-under total.

Ryder Cup team-mate Tyrrell Hatton reacts to Francesco Molinari's fantastic record of just one bogey in 54 holes with a video of a shocked audience member from Australia's Got Talent and three applause emojis. He's only 5 under on the longest holes and made three of those birdies on Saturday.

Canadian Corey Conners, Denmark's Lucas Bjerregaard and Americans J.B. Holmes, Rickie Fowler and Gary Woodland were all in the clubhouse on two-under, one off the lead, as the day's last group reached the turn.

In the latest weather forecast issued by the tournament, a broken line of strong to severe thunderstorms - with potential for heavy rain and strong winds - is expected to reach the Augusta area at approximately 4 p.m. before pushing East by 7 p.m. Winds will increase ahead of the storms, with gusts expected to reach 25-30 miles per hour later in the day.

Finau, Woods and Brooks Koepka are all three shots back.

Famed for dislocating his ankle celebrating a hole-in-one at last year's par-3 contest, Finau will now be remembered for matching the Masters record for the lowest front nine.

Patrick Cantlay and Ian Poulter are four shots back.

DeChambeau has fallen down the leaderboard after claiming a share of the first-round lead, but he will at least have one hugely positive memory of the week.

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His shot on the 170-yard hole hit the green well to the right of the hole, but had some backspin and slowly rolled left until it fell into the cup. Molinari, Woods and Finau were due off at 9:20am local time (2:20pm Irish time). All of them made par on the first hole.

Final-round summary: For the second year running, the closing stages of the Masters provided outstanding drama, as Garcia and Rose slugged it out in a titanic duel.

The leaders were set to tee off at 9:20 a.m. and, barring delays, were expected to finish at around 2:30 p.m.

Immelman shot a par round 72 to make the cut for the first time since 2013 on two-over, while Grace is a shot behind.

That wasn't the case this year.

Francesco Molinari fired a flawless six-under par 66 on Saturday, seizing a two stroke lead over Tiger Woods and Tony Finau in a thrilling Masters third round at Augusta National.

Floodlights cast shadows on the practice range as players warmed up in darkness.

Woods was in contention on the final day at the last two majors but was unable to get over the line. It's a strategy that wouldn't work for many players because it puts too much pressure on a part of the game that has been all but forgotten in the driver-wedge power game favoured on tour nowadays.