AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera are tied for the lead after the third round of the Masters, a day that will remembered for Tiger Woods' penalty.
Woods is four shots back and still in contention despite being docked two strokes for an improper drop in the second round. He actually caught a bit of a break, because he could have been disqualified for an erroneous scorecard.
Snedeker and Cabrera each shot 3-under 69 Saturday, a tough day for scoring. They will play in the final group Sunday at 7-under 209.
Adam Scott is one shot back, hoping to become the first Australian to win a green jacket. Two more Aussies, Jason Day and Marc Leishman, are at 211.
Matt Kuchar was three shots back. Woods and Tim Clark are at 213.
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