2012 Masters Leaderboard: Fred Couples, Ben Crane In Line For Top 20 Finishes

Fred Couples just wasn't able to put together a final round charge, and is moving quietly to a top 20 finish at the 2012 Masters. On the 20th anniversary of his remarkable victory in Augusta in 1992, Couples started the day at two-under, and that's where he'll end up finishing. Fred had birdies on the 2nd and 13th holes and bogeys on the 6th and 10th to finish at even par on the day. At the time of his final round, Couples's 72 put him a tie for 13th, but already several golfers finished with a final round of four-under, so he doesn't really have a chance to get this one.

Ben Crane didn't have a great finish to his Masters, bogeying four of five holes on the front nine, although he did make up for that performance with two birdies to get to one-over on his round and finish at one-under. Both Couples and Crane are likely to finish in the top 20 barring some dramatic late charges. Louis Oosthuizen remains in the lead at nine-under, two strokes ahead of everyone else.

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