Louis Oosthuizen is just four holes away from finishing his time at the 2012 The Masters. And thanks to steady play on the back nine, he's got a lead heading into those four.
Oosthuizen made up for a bogey on No. 10 with a birdie on No. 13, then knocked down a tough 10-foot par putt on No. 14 to maintain his 9-under score.
But Bubba Watson, Oosthuizen's playing partner, followed that par with a birdie on No. 14, his second straight, and moved to 8-under and a stroke back. And Phil Mickelson had a chance to get within a shot of Oosthuizen with an eagle on the par-5 13th hole, but the left-hander's flat stick failed him, as he pushed his eagle putt inches past the hole and had to settle for a birdie that moved him to 7-under.
So Oosthuizen has a lead. But it's far from secure.
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