The Masters Day Four - Jamie Spence
Phil Mickelson was superb yesterday, firing a sensational 67, which included back-to-back eagles on 13 and 14 and a birdie on 15 in a sensational half-an-hour on Augusta's billiard-like greens. He lies one shot behind England's Lee Westwood.
Westwood has enjoyed success throughout the tournament on the front nine, but has failed to capitalise on the back nine, a stretch of the course that many of the top pros deem the easier.
Tiger Woods is four back after a battling 70 and he will have to light it up to contend on Masters Sunday.
Tour professional and betting expert Jamie Spence discusses the final round of the 2010 Masters. Can Westy break his Major duck?