The steady Korean lets a shot go on the famous 12th hole, going to one shot back of the lead group.
Adam Scott's decision to lay up on 13 may prove to be the wrong one. His approach wedge is about 10-12 feet away. If he can't make this shot, he might regret not taking the chance when he had it.
Cabrera finds a bunker behind the 12th. That will not be an easy up and down.
Tiger excites the crowd as his birdie attempt on 16 peeks in the hole, but slides by.
5:24 I think Scott gave the tournament away when he didn't go for the green on 13. His birdie attempt goes begging and he makes par. Pars on the par fives are not going to be good enough to win this Masters.
McIlroy, still recovering from the debacle he made at 10, finds the green on 12 and will have a chance to climb back within two shots of the lead.
Jason Day takes Choi's spot in the lead group by going back-to-back with birdies on the 12th and 13th.