The Masters 2015 tournament is into the final round on Sunday and Jordan Spieth leads the field on the PGA Tour Leaderboard over Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson from Augusta National and coverage picks up at 2 pm ET on CBS and will be streaming online from the network website and the field has Tiger Woods tied for fifth with Rory McIlroy.
Spieth has been playing great over the past three days and he is trying to go wire to wire, but after a round three double bogey at the end, Rose and Mickelson are close. Spieth comes in at 16 under and he is leading by four strokes over Rose and five over Mickelson. Spieth set a record for his score over 36 holes at Augusta and he was two under in round three.
Rose is second after putting up a five under on Saturday and that was the same score that Mickelson had to put himself in contention. Mickelson is leading Charley Hoffman and in the group that is tied for fifth coming into Sunday is Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy along with Kevin Na and Kevin Streelman. Mickelson has been improving in each round and after putting up a two under and a four under par in the first two days, he is in contention on Sunday.
Woods has to be pleased with how he has played, as the golfer has not played since February and has lasted through to the final day. Woods was one over on Thursday, but he was able to get things together on Friday with a three under and a four under in round three. Woods has the chance to stay in contention and he is six under and tied with McIlroy.
Last year Spieth ended up in second after Bubba Watson won at Augusta and now he has to find a way to close things out on Sunday. Spieth was clear ahead of the field coming into Saturday and now he has to hold off some of the top players in the world in the final round at Augusta. Woods was paired with Sergio Garcia on Saturday and he had his best round in a long time and that put him in contention on the final day, although it will take some great golf and a bit of a slip from Spieth for a chance.
Woods is 10 strokes back coming into the final day and that will take a great run for him to get to the top along with McIlroy. Mickelson has the chance to close things out if he can get a strong start and Spieth now has to show he can handle it as a young player.