All players have now made their way through the front nine in August. With Round 3 action hitting the home stretch, Rory McIlroy remains atop the Masters leaderboard, but Angel Cabrera and Adam Scott have managed to move into the top five with impressive rallies.
McIlroy is shooting even through is first nine, with one birdie and one bogey. The Irishman holds a one-stroke lead, but he'll surely have to finish a couple of strokes under par on Saturday to retain sole possession of his lead.
Adam Scott scored an eagle on the 13th hole as part of a 5-under day that saw him shoot 15 spots up the leaderboard. Angel Cabrera, meanwhile, has birdied three of his last four holes to stand at 5-under through 15 holes. Cabrera is now two strokes behind the lead.