With only a few regulation holes to play, it's tight atop the 2013 Masters leaderboard. Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera are currently tied at the top at 8-under while Jason day is one stroke back.
Scott had an opportunity to take the lead outright at No. 16, but his birdie putt just rolled off, forcing him to settle for a par. No Australian born player has ever won the Masters, but with Scott and Day at the top, that could change today. After dropping two shots on the back nine, Cabrera worked his way back into a tie for the lead with a long birdie at No. 16. He had not birdied a hole since No. 7, but he's now a co-leader with two holes to play.
Day held the lead to himself, but a bogey on No. 16 dropped him to 8-under and into a tie with Scott. Day faltered down the stretch on Saturday, posting bogeys at the final two holes. He ran into more trouble on No. 17 as his approach shot landed in the green-side bunker. He missed a par putt and dropped out of a share of the lead with a bogey.
Tiger Woods parred the final two holes to card a 2-under 70 and finish the tournament at 5-under. He will now be left to think of what may have been had he not hit the flagstick on No. 15 on Friday.
Here is a quick look at the latest leaderboard. For more, head over to Masters.com.