Former Colorado State Ram Martin Laird has had better success at the 2012 Masters Tournament than Denver resident Craig Stadler by making the cut and playing into Sunday afternoon, but Laird is close to the bottom of the leaderboard. Barring a meltdown, Laird will finish just on the inside of the bottom 10 golfers.
Through the front nine on Sunday, Laird sits at 7-over, one stroke worse than when he started the day. He made birdie on the second hole and kept a 5-over on the next hole, but a bogey on the fourth and eighth holes now has him in a tie with Bill Haas for eighth-worst score at the Masters.
Kelly Craft is currently the cellar-dweller with a 14-over score.