The 2020 Masters Tournament will be wild on the third day. It will start on Saturday with the conclusion of the second round as John Ram (-8) tries to jump himself into the lead, Tiger Woods (-4) tries to enter the competition and Bresson Deschamps (+1) hopes to make the cut. There was no shortage of drama and entertainment in this year’s edition of The Masters – even without sponsors – and Saturday should be more of a full day than the same event as the event tries to indulge in a 3-hour rain delay on Thursday morning.
The cut will take place early in the day with the top 50 (plus relationships) moving into Round Three later in the morning. Justin Thomas (-9), Dustin Johnson (-9) and Ram are the obvious favorites, but because of the soft tournament, there are 25-30 golfers in weekend competitions. If the first two days are any indication, the last two days will be fun as we head towards the crowning of the 84th Masters Champion. It is a moving day at the Masters, and it should be phenomenal.
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