Third Round of the 2009 Masters

1 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Third Round of the 2009 Masters Angel Cabrera, winner of the 2007 U.S. Open, is tied for the lead with Kenny Perry at 11 under.
2 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Shingo Katayama of Japan is six under, tied with Todd Hamilton and Rory Sabbatini.
3 of 19 Bob Martin/SI
Sergio Garcia is trying to shed the title of Best Player Never to Win a Major, but at one under it's unlikely he'll do it tomorrow.
4 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Kim is playing in his first Masters.
5 of 19 John Biever/SI
Anthony Kim was trying to catch the leaders after an 11-birdie round on Friday. His even-par 72 left him four under.
6 of 19 Bob Martin/SI
Vijay Singh, the 2000 Masters champion, is three under.
7 of 19 Bob Martin/SI
Mickelson won the Masters in 2004 and 2006.
8 of 19 Bob Martin/SI
Phil Mickelson is also four under heading into the final round. He will tee off with Woods at 1:35 EST.
9 of 19 Simon Bruty/SI
Woods shot 70 and is four under for the tournament.
10 of 19 Simon Bruty/SI
Woods put his drive in the trees on the par-5 second hole. He chipped out from his knees and managed to save par.
11 of 19 Simon Bruty/SI
Woods found trouble early, making a double-bogey 6 on the first hole.
12 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Tiger Woods with his coach, Hank Haney, and caddie, Steve Williams, on the range at Augusta National before Saturday's round.
13 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Jim Furyk playing out of a bunker at the 13th green. He is eight under, three shots behind the leaders.
14 of 19 John Biever/SI
Chad Campbell was in Saturday's final pairing with Perry. He double bogeyed the par-3 16th and shot 72 to finish at nine-under 207.
15 of 19 Bob Martin/SI
The weather and scoring conditions were ideal at Augusta National on Saturday.
16 of 19 Bob Martin/SI
Perry, from small-town Kentucky, starred at last year's Ryder Cup in Louisville.
17 of 19 John Biever/SI
At 48, Perry is trying to win his first major and become the oldest major championship winner. He shot 70 Saturday.
18 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Cabrera started playing as a caddy in his native Argentina.
19 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
South African Tim Clark shot 72 and is five under.