The 2011 Masters: Tiger Woods Shoots 67, Leader in the Clubhouse at -10

After a front nine 31 Tiger Woods cooled off considerably on his back nine, shooting even par 36, finishing the 2011 Masters at 278 -10 under par and is the leader in the clubhouse as of right now. There is a slew of players at -10; Geoff Ogilvy, Luke Donald, Charl Swartzel, and Jason Day, while only one player is in the lead, Adam Scott, currently at -11 par through 15 holes.

Sunday leader Rory Mcilroy has completely blew up on the back nine with a triple bogey at the tenth, a bogey at the eleventh, and a double bogey at the twelfth to drop him to -5 par for the tournament, well of the leaders. Very sad to see a young player like that completely lose his compose, but as is the game of golf; fickle, demanding, and even sometimes cruel.

With so many players around the lead, a playoff is a definite possibility as of now, so stay tuned for updates as the round progresses.

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