Tournament leader Peter Hanson may hail from Sweden, but a fair number of the golfers at the Masters who were either born in Florida or call Florida home. There are some hanging in the top ten, some in the middle of the pack, and some lost in the woods. Their scores and standings:
- Tiger Woods - Woods has had a couple of ugly rounds this weekend, made especially ugly by the expectations and celebrity that surround him. He sits tied for 39th place at 4-over on the tournament.
- Luke Donald - Donald also had his best day on Sunday, posting a 4-under after entering the round at 7-over. He finishes at 3-over, currently in 36th place.
- Keegan Bradley - Bradley sits with Donald at 36th place and 3-over, hurt by a couple of double bogeys in rounds one and three.
- Rickie Fowler - Fowler started out rough, going 2-over in each of the first two rounds. He managed par in round three and is having his best round yet on Sunday, but his effort comes a little too late. He's currently tied for 34th place.
- Charles Howell III - Currently tied for 29th place, Howell entered Sunday at 1-over for the tournament, and through the first eight holes is 1-over for his final round. He's had an up and down tournament, exemplified in round three when he posted six bogeys to four birdies.
- Vijay Singh - Singh was hurt by shooting 4-over in the third round, leaving him with a lot of ground to make up. So far in the final round he's 2-under in the final round, leaving him even for the tournament. That's currently good enough for 22nd place.
- Jim Furyk - Furyk entered round four at 1-under, and is 1-over through 7 holes, leaving him even in total and tied for 21st place.
- Matt Kuchar - Kuchar finished round three at 5-under and has just started his fourth round. That's good enough to be tied for fourth, and a strong round today could mean big things for the man from Winter Park.
- Bubba Watson - Watson stands at fourth place with Kuchar, but a bogey on the first hole doesn't bode well for his chances in the fourth round.