The 2012 Masters have entered the fourth and final round with some familiar faces near the top of the leaderboard. All eyes will be on Phil Mickelson, who heads into Sunday in second place overall at -8 for the tournament after destroying the back nine at Augusta in the third round to finish with a 66. Mickelson will be joined in the final group by Peter Hanson, who is one stroke better than "Lefty" overall after shooting a 65 in the third round.
Three of the top five golfers on the leaderboard are American. While the biggest storyline entering the tournament was the resurgence of Tiger Woods, Woods is not in contention as play begins on Sunday. After shooting a 72 in the third round, Woods is tied for 38th at +3 overall going into the final round.