Round 3 at the 2011 Masters Tournament

1 of 20 John Biever/SI
Rory McIlroy shot a 70 and is 12 under through three rounds. He'll take a four-shot lead into Sunday.
2 of 20 Robert Beck/SI
McIlroy is trying to win the Masters at age 21.
3 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
McIlroy narrowly missed a birdie putt on 18, which would've given him a five-shot lead.
4 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
Tiger Woods began the day three shots back, but he shot a two-over 74 and now trails Rory McIlroy by seven shots heading into Sunday.
5 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
Woods had the leaders in his sights early in his round, but he went on to make four bogeys and just two birdies.
6 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
Woods will need to make up a big deficit to win his fifth green jacket.
7 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
Woods has never come from behind on Sunday to win a major. He currently trails by seven.
8 of 20 Fred Vuich/SI
Fans at the par-3 12th, the heart of Amen Corner, enjoyed perfect weather throughout the day.
9 of 20 John Biever/SI
Jason Day took the lead for the first time with a birdie on No. 5, but gave it back with a bogeys on 6 and 7. He went on to shoot a 70, and is four shots behind McIlroy.
10 of 20 Robert Beck/SI
Day could become the first Australian to win the Masters.
11 of 20 John Biever/SI
Phil Mickelson shot a 71 and is three under for the tournament.
12 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
K.J. Choi shot a 71 and is tied for second place at eight under.
13 of 20 Fred Vuich/SI
Angel Cabrera shot a 67 on Saturday to get move to eight under. He was the Masters in 2009.
14 of 20 Robert Beck/SI
Fred Couples still has a shot at winning this weeks Masters at age 51. He shot an even par 72 to remain at five under.
15 of 20 Fred Vuich/SI
Luke Donald could become the first player to win both the Par 3 Contest and the Masters in the same week. He's at seven under heading into Sunday.
16 of 20 John Biever/SI
Adam Scott shot a 67 to get to seven under for the event.
17 of 20 Fred Vuich/SI
Charl Schwartzel made a move on Saturday and is in contention to win his first major. He shot a 68 and is tied for second
18 of 20 John Biever/SI
Rickie Fowler stumbled to a 76 on Saturday.
19 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
Geoff Ogilvy shot a 73 and is five under heading into Sunday.
20 of 20 Al Tielemans/SI
Alvaro Quiros began the day at six under, but shot a 3-over 75.