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Sports Pulse: The Masters may look different, but can we still expect the same playing out of Tiger Woods USA TODAY

AUGUSTA, Ga. — At its beginning, the third round of the 2020 Masters held such tantalizing promise. For the first time ever, the top three players in the world were tied for the lead at the halfway point of this tournament. And right behind them, so many more were lurking, including defending champion Tiger Woods and fan favorite Phil Mickelson (if there were fans this year) and sentimental pick Rory McIlroy, who was putting on an early birdie show and making his move up the leader board.

This wasn’t a golf tournament; this

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