Top 10 Masters Rounds: Tiger Woods (1997 3rd Round)
ESPN golf analyst and two-time major champion Andy North put together his list of the 10 greatest rounds in Masters history.
ESPN.com will roll out his rankings on a daily basis leading up to this year's Masters at Augusta National, where the world's top players will compete for the green jacket.
No. 5: Tiger Woods, Round 3, 1997
There were numerous timeless moments during Tiger Woods' recording-setting win at the 1997 Masters. The 21-year-old's 65 in the third round helped set the stage for what would be a Sunday coronation at Augusta National, where he carried a 9-shot lead into the final 18 holes.
Woods became the tournament's youngest winner with the victory and broke the tournament scoring record held by Jack Nicklaus and Raymond Floyd.
Tiger also became the first person of color to break that barrier at a golf club that didn't have its first African-American member until the 1990s.