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Masters Sunday: Reed looks to steal his first major

The Masters - Round Three Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images

It is Sunday in Augusta. The final day of the Masters begins in all its splendor with Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy dueling at the top of the leaderboard. Reed sits three strokes in the lead having cheated disaster all week, and is in solid position to steal his first major title.

Bubba Watson remains the low Bulldog on the board at -6, but with Reed eight shots ahead at -14 it seems unlikely that the former ‘Dawg will don the green jacket for a third time this year. But then, as a voodoo lady in New Orleans once warned me, "never underestimate a left-handed man who drives a hovercraft." They’re words to live by.

Russell Henley sits 21st at even par, along with Kevin Kisner. Again, neither appears to have a shot at the tile, but both have a solid shot at a top ten finish in a major.

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