A Very Moving Day for a Woman at The MastersOwen Good3/28/12 6:01pmFiled to: Women's GolfSportakuTiger woods pga tourEA SportsTopFbtweet341EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink After two rounds at The Masters, the 44 best scores and ties, plus anyone within 10 strokes of the leader, make the cut. Since 2006, when the course was lengthened, no American amateur has survived to "Moving Day," the nickname for Saturday's round. Advertisement Yesterday, I did so. As a woman.This past Sunday, I wrote about the fact EA Sports' Tiger Woods PGA Tour series has accommodated women golfers in traditionally all-male tournament fields for several years and, with the introduction of Augusta National Golf Club last year, at The Masters. An upgrade to Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13's career mode provides a very natural, very authentic way to see a woman in action at this storied tournament.