Saturday at the Masters means a big day for fans of Tiger Woods. One of the all-time-greats was back near the top.
Saturday at the Masters is moving day and while the pros hope to move up on the leaderboard... junior patrons move about the course.
HOOVER, Ala. (WIAT)-- With his big-time aspirations, 9-year-old Jerrell Anthony is like any other junior golfer.
Like clockwork, every single day after school you can find 12-year-old Mizarah Norten and her 9-year-old sister Milan on the driving range working on their game.
There's no place like home. Apparently that's the case for a couple of area golfers climbing up the leaderboard at the E-Z-Go Vaughn Taylor Championship at Jones Creek Golf Club.
Over the last few tournaments, Tiger Woods appearances at the Masters Golf Tournament have been more like a journeyman pro than a 14-time major champion. Tiger is back, this year, and there's a buzz.
Patrons and players from all over the world are in Augusta for The Masters as the excitement builds toward round one on Thursday.