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The 2020 Masters enters its final day of pristine golf at the nation’s best course. After a washed-out Thursday morning led to the schedule being shuffled around, we are back on track Sunday with 18 holes left to play for everyone remaining in the field. The patron-empty course was an interesting sight as golfers got used to playing without ropes and humans hollering between shots.

Now that we have entered the final round, everyone has settled in. No one more so than Dustin Johnson, who holds a four-stroke lead on the field at 16 under through 54 holes. D.J. is the first golfer in Masters history with two rounds of 65 or better in the same tournament and…

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