While Tiger Woods didn't make the impact that many golf fans might have been hoping for, the final round of the 2012 Masters is providing the captivating golf that makes this tournament so great. Louis Oosthuizen buried a rare double eagle early in his round and has used that to spring to the top of the leaderboard. However, Matt Kuchar has delivered a tremendous performance on Sunday which has seen him surge to the top and tie Oosthuizen at -9.
Although Oosthuizen and Kuchar lead, there is no guarantee that either will be wearing the Green Jacket in a few hours. Bubba Watson currently sits just one stroke behind the leaders, while Phil Mickelson and Lee Westwood are just two strokes off the lead. Mickelson has moved back into contention following a difficult start to his final round. Westwood has made a late charge, but will the first of the contending group to enter the clubhouse.