Today, TheStreet covers the Sunday action at Augusta, with minute-by-minute coverage of the final round of The Masters, and shot-by-shot coverage of Tiger Woods.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (
) -- Welcome, golf fans, to the final day of The Masters -- otherwise known as the one day of the year in which anyone other than Leprechauns can don Kelly green sportcoats in public.
There are many compelling questions to be answered today: Can Phil overcome his natural clownish tendencies to win his third Masters? How will Tiger's swing -- and freaky-deaky psyche -- hold up under Sunday's final round pressure? Can Lee Westwood overcome his tragic orthidonture to finally make a putt to get into a playoff in the majors?
As for my role in all of this? As my four-year-old son T.J. puts it, "Daddy, after a whack or putt comes up, add it to your leaderboard." Which is, of course, a depressingly accurate assessment of what I will be doing the next five hours.
(By the way, T.J. has declared that Phil Mickelson will win today, because "Tiger Woods will miss too many putts," and "Tiger's just too far behind, daddy." T.J. adds that "Lee Westwood will do very good," but "Phil Mickelson is just going to leave everyone else behind him." T.J. -- displaying a disturbing Jan Stephenson-like bias against Asian golfers -- says that K.J. Choi will finish tenth.)
T.J., might I add, picked Duke to win this year in his March Madness bracket.
So sit right back, load the first two mint-juleps into your Double-Beer-Drinking-Helmet-With-Straws, and prepare to be assaulted by treacly piano music. It's time for the final round of The Masters.
-- Written by Ty Wenger from New York
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