The final round of the 2013 Masters is underway. The men atop the leaderboard still have a couple of hours left before teeing off, but there is still plenty of good golf being played.
Augusta National is one of the toughest golf courses in the world, and the traditional pin placements on Sunday make it even more so. The players must display pinpoint accuracy into the greens or suffer devastating consequences.
These are the golfers who have put their best foot forward thus far at Augusta in the final round of the 2013 Masters as of 1:15 p.m. ET.
Ryo Ishikawa: -4 in Round 4
After shooting one-under par in his first round, Ishikawa struggled in his second and third rounds with scores of 77 and 76 on Friday and Saturday.
He started out the day at eight-over par, but three birdies through the first 10 holes dropped him to five-over par for the tournament.
Unfortunately, Ishikawa double bogeyed No. 12 to move back to one-under par for the day. He then birdied his next three holes to move to four-under par for the day—tied for the best score on the course thus far.
Michael Thompson: -4 in Round 4
Thompson has never before made it to the weekend at Augusta, having been cut in his only other appearance at the Masters.
He took a score of seven-over par into Sunday's action, but five birdies compared to just one bogey have him headed up the leaderboard. At three-over par, Thompson is still well off the lead, but a couple more birdies will do wonders for his paycheck.
Ryan Moore: -3 in Round 4
A two-time winner on the PGA Tour, Moore has played well at Augusta before. He finished the 2005 Masters in 13th place and the 2010 Masters in 14th place, and he's making a charge up the board this Sunday.
If not for two bad holes, Moore's final-round score would be even more impressive. He bogeyed No. 10 and double-bogeyed No. 11, counteracting his astonishing six birdies thus far on Sunday.
Keegan Bradley: -3 in Round 4
One of the only golfers to finish the final round so far, Bradley had a phenomenal final round at Augusta on Sunday.
He scored six birdies and three bogeys, finishing with a final round of 69. This score didn't help him much in the grand scheme of things, however, as Bradley finished the tournament in a tie for 55th place.
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