Lee Westwood was one of the longer shots in the lead pack at the 2012 edition of The Masters entering Sunday's final round, but with just a handful of holes on the back nine to play, Westwood is well within striking distance.
Westwood made birdie on No. 15 -- a beautiful second shot gave him a medium-range eagle putt, but Westwood curled it just around the hole -- to move to 7-under, one shot behind Louis Oosthuizen. Matt Kuchar joined Westwood at 7-under with a birdie on No. 13, and both have momentum that few others have.
For example: Phil Mickelson has made three pars on his back nine so far, and needs red numbers to make up for a triple bogey on the front nine that has left him at 6-under, but he has dominated the upcoming No. 13 in his time at Augusta National. Peter Hanson, the leader entering Sunday, is now 6-under and two shots behind Oosthuizen after a bogey on No. 12.
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