Through the first 13 holes of Saturday's third round at the 2012 Masters, Tiger Woods remains even for the day and tied for 39th at 3-over in the tournament. Woods, if nothing else, has been faring better than his partner for the day, defending Masters champion Charl Schwartzel, who is at 6-over through his third round on Saturday.
On the par-5 13th hole, Woods missed a long birdie putt from the edge of the green when it just hit the left lip of the hole.
Tiger's struggles in this year's tournament are most tangible when looking at his past figures on par-5 holes. Over the past three years at the Masters, Woods has managed at least 10-under on par-5 holes at Augusta, but this week, he has been only 1-under on the same holes.
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