Southport’s Tommy Fleetwood has slim hopes of winning the Masters at Augusta, lying eight shots behind leader Dustin Johnson before today’s final round.

Fleetwood followed up his magnificent 6 under 66 in the second round at with a one under par 71 in Saturday’s third round.

But that solid effort was over-shadowed by leader Johnson’s stunning 65, which means he leads by four shots from his nearest challengers.

Fleetwood made seven birdies and 1 bogey in his second round of 66, his best round ever at the tournament.

But he found the pin placements and faster greens trickier on Saturday.

He tees up with Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka in today’s final round, starting on hole one just before 2pm UK time.

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