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Masters 2013 Leaderboard: Where Tiger Woods and Golf's Top Stars Stand on Day 4
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Tiger Woods has never won a major championship while trailing after 56 holes.

It's time to seal the deal at the 2013 Masters. Ángel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker lead the tournament at seven-under par.

Cabrera won this tournament in 2009 in a three-way playoff, becoming the first Latin American to accomplish the feat.

Snedeker secured his fifth PGA Tour victory at this year's AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, but he has never won a major championship.

Some of the best players in the world trail these two players; so let's see where they stand. 


Tiger Woods

After a two-stroke penalty that sent him to a tie for 19th, Woods opened the third round with a birdie on number one.

However, he had a shaky round and played one-over par until 12. Later, he sank three birdies in four holes to finish two under for the day.

He currently sits tied for seventh.

 

Rory McIlroy

The 23-year-old had a disastrous round. Rory had one birdie and two bogeys, one double bogey and a triple bogey for a seven-over, 79. McIlroy started the day four-over for the tournament tied for 44th.

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Phil Mickelson

Lefty shot nine-over for the tournament, which puts him in a momentary tie for 56th. The only result worse than this came in 1997, when he missed the cut.

 

Rickie Fowler

This is the third time Rickie plays the Masters. It is also the first one he is inside the top 10 for the final round.

Fowler's best round in this edition came on Saturday. He shot one bogey, one birdie and one eagle.

He is currently tied for ninth.

 

Lee Westwood

Former world No. 1 is also in the mix, despite shooting one-over, 73 on Saturday. Westwood is tied for ninth. In the last three editions of the Masters he has never finished outside the top 12.

 

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