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Sunday at Augusta (Anything can happen)

As Jordan Spieth looks to record his first major championship, we have to look back at some of the greatest moments to ever happen on a Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club.

Jack in ’86. Need I say more.


Tiger with arguably the greatest shot ever in 2005.


Lefty finally gets it done in 2004.


Adam Scott brings the jacket Down Under.


Norman crumbles


Rory learns to fail before succeeding 


Crenshaw grieves his way to victory


Faldo wins his 2nd major


Well Bubba


Mize takes the title from Norman 


Photo by: (David Cannon/Getty Images)


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Woods -2 thru 36

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Through 36 holes it appears as if Tiger Woods is playing like himself again.

He was able to shoot a 3-under 69 on Friday.

Woods did not take advantage of the very gettable par 5’s however. He was able to birdie hole eight, but pared the other three holes.

It seems as if he has found his short game and will no longer is a hinder his game.

He trails Jordan Spieth by twelve going into the weekend.

Spieth -14 thru 36

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Jordan Spieth may very well be in route to his first major championship as he leads The Masters.

While players are still on course it is nearly impossible for anyone to catch his two round score.

This is the lowest 36-hole score breaking Raymond Floyd’s 13-under in 1976.

As of 3:15 PM est. Spieth was four shots ahead of second place Charley Hoffman.

The largest 36-hole lead is five. Floyd, Jack Nicklaus, and Herman Keiser all accomplished the feat.