Hideki Matsuyama Charges Into the Lead at the Masters - The New York Times
Apr 11, 2021 1 min, 21 secs
After a 78-minute rain delay, the golf course was far more forgiving with significantly slower greens, and Matsuyama will head into Sunday’s final round with a four-stroke lead.

— The third round of the Masters tournament began Saturday with a gusting wind that bedeviled the field and seemed to make the firm, already crusty Augusta National Golf Club greens more parched, speedy and vexing.

Leading the charge was Hideki Matsuyama of Japan, who shot a sparkling 65 by playing his final eight holes in six under par.

Matsuyama began Saturday with six successive pars and caught Rose with a birdie on the seventh hole.

Matsuyama’s tee shot to the tricky par-3 12th settled only eight feet from the hole for another birdie.

After two successive pars, Matsuyama eagled the par-5 15th hole when his second shot — a towering, precise 5-iron — landed four feet from the flagstick.

On the seventh hole on Saturday, Spieth sent his approach shot over the green, then flubbed a chip shot and hit an overly aggressive bunker shot that led to a double bogey.

A chip-in birdie on the 10th hole followed, as did another at the 15th, but those successes were offset by the setbacks, and Spieth concluded with a round of 72, trailing Matsuyama by six shots.

Zalatoris seemed the most at ease as the third round began with a string of pars and a nifty birdie on the par-4 third hole.

Corey Conners, with a hole in one on the sixth hole, made the biggest early move up the leaderboard on Saturday to finish at six under par, just behind the gaggle tied for second

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