At the start of the third round of The Masters, the leaderboard was loaded with former major champions and top-ranked players. By the end of Saturday, there was only Dustin Johnson, who made Masters history with a 65 in the third round to take a four-shot lead into the clubhouse.
Johnson began the day in a five-way tie for first place at 9-under par for the tournament, but quickly separated himself on the leaderboard. He began his round with an eagle at the par-5 second hole, followed by birdies at the third and fourth.
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