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Saturday, April 11, 2009
AUGUSTA, Ga. - (AP) - Kenny Perry took one last look at the leaderboard behind the 18th green at Augusta National. This was no time to relish his position at the top with Angel Cabrera, rather to consider what lies ahead.
"You will definitely see something on the back nine," Perry said Saturday. "That's where it's all going to happen."
Now this is the Masters everyone wanted to see.
Perry and Cabrera were tied at 11-under 205, the lowest 54-hole score at Augusta in seven years. Even the 16 players within seven shots of the lead still feel like they're in the game because of those familiar back-nine fireworks in the forecast.