2013 Masters Round 3

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Tiger Woods shot a two-under 70 Saturday to remain in contention for a fifth green jacket.
2 of 26 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Woods was assessed a two-shot penalty before the start of play because of an improper drop during the second round.
3 of 26 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
Woods had a good look for eagle on 15, but he had to settle for a birdie.
4 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Woods also birdied the par-5 13th.
5 of 26 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
I'm right there in the ball game, ''Woods said. ''I'm four back with a great shot to win this championship.
6 of 26 John W. McDonough / Sports Illustrated
Brandt Snedeker grabbed a share of the lead with three birdies on the back nine and a bogey-free 69.
7 of 26 John W. McDonough / Sports Illustrated
I've spent 32 years of my life getting ready for tomorrow,'' Snedeker said. ''I'm going to be disappointed if I don't win. Period.
8 of 26 Robert Beck / Sports Illustrated
Angel Cabrera birdied 16 and 18 to grab a share of the lead with Snedeker.
9 of 26 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Cabrera won the Masters in a playoff in 2009.
10 of 26 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Jason Day is two shots back after a one-over 73.
11 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Day was tied for the lead for most of the day, but he finished with two sloppy bogeys.
12 of 26 Al Tielemans / Sports Illustrated
Day tied for second at the 2011 Masters.
13 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Adam Scott birdied three of the last six holes to finish one shot off the lead.
14 of 26 John W. McDonough / Sports Illustrated
Scott has finished T2 and T8 in the last two Masters.
15 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Fred Couples was five over par on his last five holes. He finished with a 77.
16 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Jason Dufner dropped out of contention after a double bogey and two bogeys on the back nine.
17 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Fred Ridley, the competition committee chairman at Augusta National, talked with the media about why Woods was penalized two strokes and not disqualified.
18 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Woods's second-round score on No. 15 was changed from a six to an eight.
19 of 26 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Rory McIlroy dropped out of contention after a seven-over 79.
20 of 26 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Caroline Wozniacki, McIlroy's girlfriend, followed along on Saturday.
21 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Marc Leishman shot a 72, but he's still only two shots off the lead.
22 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Tim Clark moved up the leaderboard with a five-under 67.
23 of 26 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Justin Rose bogeyed two of the last three holes for a 75.
24 of 26 Fred Vuich / Sports Illustrated
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano made an early run, but he stumbled home to a one-over 73.
25 of 26 Simon Bruty / Sports Illustrated
Sergio Garcia shot a one-over 73.
26 of 26 John W. McDonough / Sports Illustrated
Jim Furyk shot a two-over 74.