It's moving day at Augusta National.
Saturday will bring some dramatic shifts to the leaderboard. Players who began the day far off the pace will attempt to put up low numbers to get themselves in position to make a run at the green jacket Sunday.
Despite plenty of golf remaining Saturday, moving day has already lived up to its billing. Here's a look at the live, updated leaderboard:
You'll notice that there's one new name near the top of the standings. Miguel Angel Jimenez is looking to top his best ever Masters finish—eighth in 2008—after posting the tournament's low round of 66 Saturday. He began nicely, recording a 71 Thursday, but he struggled Friday, posting a 76.
Talk about resilience.
After finishing the front nine at two-under 34, Jimenez turned it up on the back side. He birdied five out of seven holes to come in with a 32. At 50 years of age, he continues to play stellar golf. This round was no fluke, and he should be expected to be heavily in the mix Sunday.
On the other side of the age spectrum, 20-year-old Jordan Spieth continues to fire away. Through three holes, he is one under for the day.
Leader Bubba Watson bogeyed the first hole, but he rebounded with a beautiful eagle on the par-five second. At this point, he still maintains a four-stoke lead over Spieth.
Keep a watchful eye on Jim Furyk over the remainder of Saturday's action. After recording a bogey on the first hole, he birdied the following two and is currently three under par. Furyk is one of the most consistent golfers on the tour, and if he gets a hot hand, he's capable of putting up some very low numbers.
Matt Kuchar is enjoying moving day so far. He began Saturday at level par but has come away with two birdies through seven holes and now finds himself just six strokes behind Watson.
Defending champion Adam Scott began his round Saturday with a blemish. He bogeyed the first hole after failing to get up and down. It didn't get any better soon after, as Scott took a disastrous double bogey on the par-three fourth and now is just even par for the tournament.
Justin Rose is one of the day's biggest movers.
He's recorded two eagles so far Saturday, dropping from one over at the day's beginning to two under through 13 holes.
Rose's eagle two on the third hole was a thing of beauty. He crushed his drive just off the left side of the green. After a masterful pitch and run, his ball found the center of the cup, and the crowd responded with a huge uproar.
Stay tuned for the remainder of moving day at the 2014 Masters. The action will continue to intensify from here.
All scores current as of 3:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, April 12.