Two months ago, the sweet-putting Snedeker was the undisputed hottest player on the PGA Tour following back-to-back runner-ups and a win at Pebble Beach. But after missing time with a rib injury, he returned and missed the cut in both events he played leading up to the Masters. This week, though, he's returned to his early-season form, taking a share of the 54-hole lead at seven-under par. Sneds collapsed on Sunday the last time he had a chance to win here in 2008, but back then, he said, he had "no clue what he's doing." Now, ranked fifth in the world, he'll go for his first major with a completely different mindset.