The final round of the Masters wasn't exceptionally kind to Martin Laird on Sunday afternoon, as the former Colorado State Ram finished his tournament with a score of 77. After being five shots over par in the final round in Augusta, Laird finishes the tournament at +11 overall.
Laird started Sunday fine, getting a birdie on the second hole sandwiched between a pair of pars. But after that, Laird saw almost zero success the entire today outside of a birdie on the 10th hole to begin the back nine. He especially fell apart in a four-hole span from the 14th to 17th holes, during which he posted three bogies and a double-bogie to effectively push him down the leaderboard.
At this point, Laird is tied for 58th overall among the 62 golfers that made the cut, tied with Edoardo Molinari. Kelly Kraft is currently in last place at +18, four strokes worse than any other player to make the cut.
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