Woods seven shots back, but nothing's impossible

Updated: April 11, 2008, 9:02 PM ET
By Ron Sirak | ESPN.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The two most intriguing questions going into the weekend at the Masters are these: How far back is too far back for Tiger Woods to have a chance to take home his fifth green jacket? And who is Woods really chasing, Trevor Immelman or Phil Mickelson?

The answer to the first is that the greatest deficit anyone ever overcame after 36 holes was the eight strokes Jackie Burke Jr. erased in 1956 to chase down Ken Venturi, who made matters a little easier by closing with an 80 ...

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