Day 3 at Augusta – American Jordan Spieth moved up the leaderboard Saturday at the Masters, tied for first with Bubba Watson at 5-under. He is trying to become the first player since 1979 to win the Masters on his debut.
Day 3 at Augusta – Second-round leader Watson couldn't match his Friday, registering a 74.
Day 3 at Augusta – Jonas Blixt has been consistent in all three rounds. Like Spieth, he is bidding to win the Masters on his first try. The Swede is one shot behind Spieth and Watson and tied with Matt Kuchar.
Day 3 at Augusta – Miguel Angel Jimenez would, at 50, become the oldest Masters champion. The popular Spaniard sits at 3-under after his 66 Saturday.
Day 3 at Augusta – Thomas Bjorn, three times a runner up at majors, remains in contention although he dipped on the back nine Saturday.
Day 3 at Augusta – But it looks like there will be no repeat for Adam Scott. The 2013 champion fell well off the pace.
Day 3 at Augusta – Former world No. 1 Rory McIlroy executed a perfect swing Saturday but his poor second round realistically ended title hopes. He is at 3-over.
Day 3 at Augusta – American Gary Woodland matched a course record by hitting a 30 on the front nine. He tailed off, though, on the back nine.