Masters Leaderboard Update: Louis Oosthuizen Takes Lead, Phil Mickelson Tumbles, Tiger Woods Finished +5

It's been a crazy day already during the final round at the 2012 Masters, as crazy numbers are being put up all over the golf course. Bo Van Pelt hit a hole-in-one in the par-3 16th, while Louis Oosthuizen made history with just the second double-eagle in Masters history. Phil Mickelson just put a six on his card after a triple-bogey on the par-3 third, while Tiger Woods continued to struggle on the final day at Augusta National.

Oosthuizen shot up to 10-under after his double-eagle, but gave one back the next hole to remain in the lead at 9-under. 54-hole leader Peter Hanson has also dropped back, currently at 7-under, while Phil's terrible choice to play out of a bush instead of hit again from the tee on the par-3 third lead to his second triple bogey of the week, now sitting at 5-under. Bubba Watson also sits at 7-under at the moment, while Padraig Harrington and Matt Kuchar remain at 6-under.

Tiger Woods has finished already, shooting another black number with a 2-over 74. He did manage to birdie No. 18, giving a joking fist pump on the green along with a sigh of relief that it's over. This will be his worst finish ever at the Masters after entering the week as one of the favorites.

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