Masters 2013 Leaderboard: Day 3 Scores, Results and Analysis
Round 3 of the 2013 Masters is in the books. Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera are you co-leaders at 7-under heading into Sunday.
Tiger Woods (-3) shot a 70 on Saturday and is 4 shots behind the leaders.
Leaderboard at the end of Round 3.
This will be the 3rd straight major Adam Scott was inside top-3 after 54 holes. He shot 75, 73 in last 2 final rounds.— Justin Ray (@JRayESPNGolf) April 13, 2013
Tiger Woods will play with Tim Clark on Sunday.
Snedeker: "I had no clue what I was doing in 2008. I had no game plan. No idea when to be aggressive and when not to be aggressive."— Ashley Mayo (@AshleyKMayo) April 13, 2013
Only major winner ahead of Woods is Cabrera.— Steve DiMeglio (@Steve_DiMeglio) April 13, 2013
Leaderboard after Round 3 at the Masters. Cabrera and Snedeker are your leaders.
Jason Day bogeys the final two holes to drop out of the lead. Feeling a little Sunday pressure already?— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) April 13, 2013
And Jason Day misses another par putt. He bogeys 18 and drops to -5 for the tournament.
Jason Day misses his birdie putt on 18. Has a similar putt to his missed putt on 17 coming back for par.
A par or birdie for Jason Day at 18 would mean Snedeker/Cabrera in the final group and Aussie pair Day and Scott in the penultimate one.— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) April 13, 2013
Jason Day's par putt on 17 lips out and he bogeys his first hole of the day.
Angel Cabrera hits his birdie putt on 18 to post a 69. He is tied for the lead at -7.
I wish all announcers on all sports whispered the play by play like they do in golf.Sounds like they're about to tell you a cool secret.— Colin Cowherd (@ESPN_Colin) April 13, 2013
Adam Scott: "[Australians have] never looked better odds-wise going into a Sunday probably other than that one year in '96." Ouch.— Kyle Porter (@KylePorterCBS) April 13, 2013
Marc Leishman's birdie putt on 18 is off and he will finish the day at -5.
Adam Scott: "I hit a lot of good drives but I finished a couple yards in the (second cut). To win the Masters would be huge for Australia"— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) April 13, 2013
Phil Mickelson (77): "I just played terrible. But where would you rather be than Augusta National with this kind of weather."— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) April 13, 2013
Brandt Snedeker leaves this guy hanging on the way to the clubhouse.
Jason Day hits his par putt on 16 to stay tied for the lead.
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