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Masters: Five things to watch during Sunday's final round


AUGUSTA, Ga. — With a four-shot lead entering the final round, it might be easy to assume Hideki Matsuyama will cruise to his first Masters Tournament title, becoming the first Japanese golfer to win a major championship.

He’s not ready for Butler Cabin just yet, however.

Plenty of good and bad things can happen in the final 18 holes at Augusta National. Just five years ago, Danny Willett rallied from five shots down in the final six holes to claim the green jacket.

Here are five things we learned Saturday as we prepare for a potential historic Sunday in Augusta.

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