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Sunday's Birdies And Bogeys

April 10, 2011
Who were the winners and losers on Sunday at the Masters? Let's take an unscientific look at Day Four with our rundown of birdies and bogeys.

Birdie: Charl Schwartzel

When Louis Oosthuizen captured the Open Championship last summer, the sense was that he had preempted his friend and countryman Schwartzel, the player many had tabbed as the true next great South African star. Little did we know that Schwartzel would be so quick to snag a major of his own. A day that began with two chip-ins and ended with four straight birdies will give Schwartzel the distinction of authoring one of the greatest finishing charges in Masters history. Few people saw him coming. But they're not likely to let him out of their sight again.
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