The last time Hutton Sellers and his father got a seat on the 18th green for the final round of the Masters was 2004, when Phil Mickelson hit an 18-foot birdie to win his first green jacket. They woke up early Sunday to get good seats for this year's finish.
It was a battle against tough conditions at Augusta National on Saturday for Australian John Senden, who started his round alone in second place. But he fought to put together a round of 75, which kept him in contention.
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