AUGUSTA, Ga. — It should be no surprise that Dustin Johnson leads the most relaxed Masters of all time by four strokes going into Sunday’s final round. D.J. shot a 65 on Saturday and seemed to — if this is even possible — become more laid back as the third round unfurled at Augusta National Golf Club.

The tenor of the Masters always changes on Saturday afternoon. When the leaders tee off in Round 3, it shifts from a social gathering to the most intense day and a half on the professional golf calendar. You can see it and feel it, and the players can, too. It’s part of the rhythm of the week at Augusta National.

With no patrons in attendance this year, the shift never came. As the top golfers in this year’s Masters tried to get to the house with something respectable to take to the final round, the only audible…

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