Massive Swans fan and defending champion Sergio makes the wrong kind of history, carding a 13 on #15 after putting 5 consecutive shots in the drink, and then 1 putting from 10 feet. How do you say Tin Cup in Spanish? It was the damnedest thing on a hole with brutal pin placement - every shot looked pretty good but they just kept rolling back off the green.
Tiger had a poor start but rallied for a +1, 7 strokes back.
Rory with a solid -3, good for 4th place.
Woosie is the only Welshman in the field, and unfortunately he had a terrible day. +7, 82nd out of 87.
My man, Texas Longhorn Jordan Speith was on FIRE on the back nine, with birdies on 5 of the last 6 holes, putting him at -6 and two strokes up. At only 24, Jordan has played 17 rounds in his Masters career and has finished the day leading NINE of them. That's already tied for 4th most Masters rounds led all time, tied with none other than Tiger Woods.
While I can understand the hesitance to want to give him a long term deal, given Swansea's recent history (Guidolin/Clement), I'm a bit surprised they don't even seem to want to bring him back at all next season.
Lump on Southampton (23/10), Palace (11/2) and Newcastle (14/1). The latter two probably won't get relegated, but those odds are way too optimistic IMO, considering they are both still right in the thick of it.
On the other end of the spectrum, the bookies don't have much faith in Huddersfield (13/8), considering their current position.
Now he's telling ESPN that he wishes Swansea had never called, because "the situation required real work and some time," and he was "set up to fail" because some people (specifically, he says in the linked video interview: "the Chairman, the Supporter's Trust, and some supporters") never liked him.