Brooks Koepka leads going into the last day at The Masters

Day 3 got cut a little bit short today, but Brooksie is facing an 11 footer when he wakes up tomorrow morning to remain at -13. If he makes the putt, he will be sitting in good shape. However, Rahm also has a good look at birdie. This could easily be a two shot swing.

Koepka has been locked in all week and he got a good read on it before walking off the green when the horn sounded to suspend play. 

Anyways, we were saying he was looking good after his win last week in Orlando. Everyone was selling the guys short, but not us. We saw him play and he seemed to find his game and mentioned he was feeling healthy for the first time in "a long time". 

We told you not to count him out, but the job isn't done yet. 

Under Bogey Brooks Koepka Masters

Will Brooks Koepka Finish The Job? 

It's looking like it's down to a two man race at this point. Brooks Koepka is a winner and he thrives under pressure. He tends to show up when the lights are shinning the brightest, and there is no brighter light than the Masters. However, John Rahm is right on his heels and he would love to add another Major Championship to his resume.

Both of these guys are future Hall of Famers seeking their fist win at The Masters this week. 

I guess we will see if one of these two gets it done tomorrow, or if someone comes from behind for the upset. 

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