• Reuters


Scottie Scheffler pried the Masters spotlight from Tiger Woods on Saturday when the world No. 1 survived a back-nine wobble to take a three-shot lead into the final round at Augusta National.

Playing his first event since a car crash 14 months ago that almost cost him his leg, Woods’ return had eclipsed everything else until Saturday when Scheffler watched what had been a six-shot advantage halved to just three as he stumbled to the finish with three bogeys over his final five holes for a one-under 71.

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