Masters 2023 roundup: Play suspended due to weather; Tiger Woods sits in last place

Play was suspended at The Masters in the third round Saturday after golfers endured rain for nearly an hour. The tournament was also suspended Friday and the second round was finished Saturday morning.



Tiger Woods made the cut Saturday – for the 23rd time in a row – finishing the first 36 holes at 3-over. The streak of making the cut ties the tournament record shared by Gary Player and Fred Couples.



He currently sits in last place with a score of +9.

Woods began the day with a chance to play the weekend and was comfortably above the cut line when he made a birdie on No. 15. But he bogeyed the last two holes and had to wait for the cut line to move.




Brooks Koepka (13-under) is on top of the leaderboard. He holds a four-shot lead over Jon Rahm. Amateur Sam Bennett is alone in third at 6-under.

Masters suspends play due to rain, third round to continue Sunday
The Masters called the tournament off on Saturday after golfers endured 45 minutes of rain in the third round. Players wore beanies and their caddies held umbrellas over them as they tried to navigate the wet conditions.

The call was made at 3:15 p.m. ET, about two hours after the final groups teed off.

The third round will resume Sunday.

Tiger Woods is currently in last place with a +9 score. Brooks Koepka leads the field with a score of -13.


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