Masters leaderboard 2013: Tiger Woods moves to 2-under


The back nine of Augusta National has not been kind to Tiger Woods recently, but Woods made up some ground on Amen Corner.

Tiger Woods has been up-and-down in the third round, but back-to-back birdies at Amen Corner have him back to 2-under overall.

Woods made the turn at even-par on the round, but had some issues early on the back nine. He managed to save par on No. 10 despite a tricky short putt. After missing a few makeable birdie putts earlier in the round, Woods came up four feet short on his birdie attempt at No. 11. He missed the par putt, however, and dropped to even-par overall with his third bogey of the day.

He rebounded nicely with a solid tee shot at No. 12. Woods made the 15-foot birdie putt to get back to even on his round. He then gained another shot on No. 13, despite a curious route to the birdie. His tee shot landed in the pine straw and his approach into green sailed over the back into a bunker. His shot out of the sand left a seven-foot birdie putt to move to 2-under overall.

The leaders have yet to pull away, with Angel Cabrera ahead of the pack at 7-under. Woods remains five strokes off the lead with five holes to play on Saturday.

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