Play has moved to the back nine in the final round of the 2013 Masters and while he's still in the lead, Angel Cabrera gave back his first stroke of the day on No. 10.
Cabrera ran into trouble off the tee at No. 10 as a wide tee shot forced him to punch out on his second shot. His approach shot left a long par putt which he missed. While Cabrera was forced to settle for bogey, his lead remained two strokes as Brandt Snedeker also bogeyed the 10th hole. After a drive into the trees, Snedeker appeared to be in line to save par, but his short putt lipped out.
At 6-under, Snedeker is tied for second place with Jason Day, Marc Leishman and Adam Scott. The three Australians have been steady on Sunday, even if they haven't been able to push their way up the leaderboard. No Australian-born player has ever won the Masters, but that could change if Day, Scott or Leishman is able to make a run on the back nine.
Tiger Woods remains off the lead as he's 3-under overall through 12 holes on Sunday. Woods, however, does have an opportunity to make up ground over the last few holes. After drilling a long iron out of the pinestraw on No. 13, Woods is looking at an eagle putt.
Here is a quick look at the leaderboard with a complete leaderboard available at Masters.com.