Saturday is "moving day" at the Masters, and 61 golfers will be looking to catch Fred Couples and Jason Dufner, tied atop the leaderboard at 5-under entering the third round at Augusta.
Couples and Dufner being in the final pairing on Saturday has not made them favorites to win the tournament, however. Via @RJinVegas and @GolfOdds:
Masters odds: McIlroy 3-1, Westwood 6-1, Mickelson 8-1, Watson 12-1, Garcia 12-1, Dufner 15-1, Couples 20-1, Woods 40-1 (via @GolfOdds)— RJ Bell (@RJinVegas) April 7, 2012
The 52-year-old Couples falls behind some stiff competition. McIrloy is one of the game's up-and-comers, with most fans remembering his dominant U.S. Open performance last year outside Washington, D.C. Westwood, a perennial bridesmaid, is bound to win a major sooner or later. Dufner, the runner-up at the 2011 PGA Championship, is even garnering more favor currently with oddsmakers than Couples. Tiger Woods, eight back of the leaders, is only listed at 40-1 because his name is Tiger Woods.
For the full 2012 Masters leaderboard, check out Sports Illustrated.