Tracker: Bryson DeChambeau looks to make his move at Augusta National

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David Dusek
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Several big-name players failed to make the cut at the 2021 Masters, including the defending champion, Dustin Johnson. It can’t be fun having to wait around for a weekend in Augusta because you have to put the green jacket on someone else. Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Patrick Cantlay, Jason Day and Sergio Garcia were among the other notables who missed the cut, but thanks to a 67 on Friday, Bryson DeChambeau starts the third round six shots behind the leader, Justin Rose.

It’s expected to be another warm day in Augusta, with temperatures climbing into the high 70s, but clouds will be covering the course most of the day as a front approaches. The winds are expected to gain strength, with gusts predicted to reach up to 25 miles per hour.

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With the greens already hard and fast, the wind could play havoc with the leaders as they try to stay near the top of the leaderboard.

For DeChambeau, the best scenario would be to post a good score and then let the winds howl once he is in the clubhouse. He drove the ball well on Friday and had lots of birdie chances, converting on six opportunities. Let’s see what happens on moving day at the 2021 Masters.

DeChambeau is scheduled to tee off at 1:00 p.m. with Australia’s Matt Jones, who won the Honda Classic last month.