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After an exciting Thursday at the Masters, Friday did not disappoint either, despite a later afternoon rain delay.
While the leading score only improved by one stroke to 7-under, the top of the leaderboard saw some new faces as well as others that fell off.
One all-too-familiar face making a late charge is Tiger Woods. Woods now sits at 4-under par, four strokes back of the lead.
Woods sits at +800 to win the Masters, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, tied for the third-best odds behind, Adam Scott (+600), Brooks Koepka (+700), Dustin Johnson (+700), Francesco Molinari (+700) and Jon Rahm (+700).
Jason Day, who is at 7-under par (one back of the lead), only holds the seventh best odds to win at +1000.
The projected cut is at 3-over par right now, but regardless of how Friday finishes, it seems that we will be in for an exciting weekend of golf featuring some of the world's top players.
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