Tiger Woods is claiming after three rounds at The Masters. In 2019.
Read it again.
Woods, who has not won a major championship since the 2008 US Open, is two shots from the lead and tied to second after a 5-under-par 67 on Saturday on a beautiful day at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta's Ga. . Woods 11-under for the tournament. Francesco Molinari is 13-under and will play with Woods and Tony Finau in the last group Sunday.
Woods has won 14 majors, four at The Masters: 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005.
History can be an indicator of what Woods should do in Sunday's final round to win.
So how did he play on Sunday during his four previous titles in Augusta?
We chartered his score:
By comparison, Woods suffered with three shots after 54 holes in 2005, he was tied for the lead in 2002, led by a shot in 2001 and led by nine shots in 1997.
We know that he will wear his trademark red Sunday.  We'll see if it results in a Sunday to remember Woods and his legion of fans all over the world.
The groups are able to withstand early morning for three years to avoid afternoon severe weather.
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