Masters 2020: These photos tell the story of Sunday at Augusta National

The 84th Masters hasn’t disappointed as the tournament heads into the weekend. After a marathon two days at Augusta National, a packed leader board heading into Saturday’s third round included for the first time in major championship history the No. 1, 2 and 3 ranked players in the world tied for first place. How Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas will fare over the final 36 holes is unclear, but having them in contention, along with the likes of Patrick Reed, Patrick Cantlay, Justin Rose, Webb Simpson, Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, should ensure that this one-of-a-kind November edition of the tournament will be remembered for the play on the course as much as surreal circumstances surrounding it. Here to chronicle it all are Golf Digest photographers JD Cuban and Ben Walton, who offer up their favorite images from the final two days of competition. —Ryan Herrington

A quiet moment early on the 18th green.

Shane Lowry hits his tee shot on the 18th hole en route to second-round 69.

Tiger Woods walks to his third shot on the par-5 13th hole.

Jon Rahm, having just resumed his second round by making an birdie putt on the 13th hole, tees off on 14.

Tiger Woods reacts to his second shot on the 17th hole after it spun back off the green.

Patrick Reed rolls in a birdie putt on the 13th hole. 

Jon Rahm tees off on the 16th hole.

Bryson DeChambeau checks his swing on No. 17 as he prepares to hit his second shot after his tee ball went into the trees on the left. 

Tiger Woods hits his tee shot on the par-3 12th hole.

As Jon Rahm walks off the 18th green on Saturday morning, he found himself in a five-way tie for the 36-hole lead.

Paul Casey plays a chip shot on the 18th hole. The first-round leader after an opening 65 followed it up with a 74.

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