When you heard the roars and saw Tiger's name slowly creeping up the leaderboard Friday you were thinking, 'Well, here we go. It's over.'
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And thankfully so.
Still plenty of time:
Maybe it's just a formality that Tiger wins, but until then there are too many great storylines to enjoy.
None better than eighth-grader Tianlang Guan making the cut.
When I was his age, I was still trying to figure out how to make toast.
That's not all:
How about 53-year-old Fred Couples heading into the weekend just a shot off the lead?
Or young Jason Day trying to become the first Aussie to win The Masters?
Or the fact that there are 25 players within 5 shots of the lead?
This stuff is gold for CBS.
But will it last?
"The whole world is looking at this, and in a sense they're saying, 'OK, (Day and Couples) are in the final group, but the lead is at 3-under par -- with Tiger Woods."
-- Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee
Ever since I met Jason Day years ago when he was in the running at the La Salle Bank Open at the Glen Club I've been a fan.
Simply a quality guy with a more than quality game.
Winfield native Kevin Streelman was right at the cut line through nine holes Friday, but a 40 on the back nine did him in.
But hey, at least D.A. Points (3 over) made the cut and will be playing this weekend.
Saturday may be moving day:
But not for me.
I'm not going anywhere.