As the 2012 Masters Tournament chugs along, Colorado State graduate Martin Laird continues to fight back from an early double bogey.
Laird struggled at the third hole, sinking his ball in 6 strokes on the par-4 hole. He then suffered back-to-back bogeys on the 5th and 6th holes before collecting two birdies to even out back at 2-over. The Scottish-born Laird then bogeyed on the 11th hole to put him at 3-over.
Meanwhile, at the top of the leaderboard, Henrik Stenson fell from 6-under to 5-under after a bogey on the 14th hole, but a birdie in the 15th put the leader back up by three strokes. Tiger Woods continues to chase Stenson at 2-under, shooting par for his last three holes.
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