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Woods traditionally makes his move in third round at Augusta

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Tiger Woods’ two-stroke penalty in the Masters for an illegal drop left him five shots behind leader Jason Day instead of three. It’s hardly an insurmountable disadvantage considering Woods’ history in the Masters. Going into the third round in his last three Masters victories, Woods was six back (2005), four back (2002), and two back (2000). The difference however is how many players Woods had...

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