The 2020 Masters is going to be wild on Day 3. Saturday will start with the conclusion of Round 2 as Jon Rahm (-8) tries to vault himself into the lead, Tiger Woods (-4) attempts to get in contention and Bryson DeChambeau (+1) hopes to make the cut. There has been no shortage of drama and entertainment in this year’s edition of the Masters — even without patrons — and Saturday should be a full day of more of the same as the event tries to get caught up from a 3-hour rain delay on Thursday morning.
The cut will be made early in the day with the top 50 (plus ties) marching on to Round 3 later in the morning. Justin Thomas (-9), Dustin Johnson (-9) and Rahm are the clear favorites, but because of a soft course, there are 25-30 golfers in contention going to the weekend. If the first two days are any indication, the last two are going to be a joyride as we head toward crowning the champion of the 84th Masters. It’s Moving Day at the Masters, and it should be tremendous.
Watch the 2020 Masters live on CBS from 1-5 p.m. ET and streaming live beginning at 7:30 a.m. with Masters Live. Follow the best golfers in the world at Augusta National with Featured Groups, check in at the famed Amen Corner and see golfers round the turn on holes 15 & 16. You can also watch Masters Live on the CBS Sports App and CBS All Access with a connected TV.