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Masters results 2013: Brandt Snedeker, Angel Cabrera lead at -7 after third round

Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera lead the Masters at 7-under after Saturday's third round.

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Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera lead at 7-under after Saturday's third round of the 2013 Master's Tournament at Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga.

Snedeker started the day at 4-under. He shot even par on the front nine on Saturday, and then birdied Holes 13, 15 and 16 on the back nine. Carbrera also started the day at 4-under, but had a much more up-and-down third round. He bogeyed Holes 2, 12 and 13, but birdied Holes 3, 6, 8, 10, 16 and 18.

Adam Scott is alone in third place at 6-under, while both Jason Day and Marc Leishman are tied at fourth place at 5-under. Tim Clark is alone at 4-under. and both Tiger Woods and Tim Clark are tied in seventh place at 3-under. Woods also had an up-and-down day, as he bogeyed Holes 4, 9 and 11 and birdied Holes 1, 7, 12, 13 and 15, parring the rest.

Guan Tianlang, the 14-year-old golfer from China, struggled in the third round, dropping from 5-over to 9-over. He was unable to birdie any holes and bogeyed Holes 4, 9, 11, 14 and 17.

He said he was unlucky on Saturday, but "that's just golf." Via USA Today:

"I'm grateful (to make the cut), and I think I played pretty good the first two days," he said. "Today was not bad; I was a little unlucky, but that's just golf."

Sunday will be the fourth and final round of the PGA's most popular major. Several players have a chance to take home the lion's share of the $8 million total purse. Coverage of Sunday's final round begins at 2 p.m. ET on CBS.

Here's a look at the complete leaderboard through three rounds.

Place Player Score
T1 Brandt Snedeker -7
T1 Angel Cabrera -7
3 Adam Scott -6
T4 Marc Leishman -5
T4 Jason Day -5
6 Matt Kuchar -4
T7 Tim Clark -3
T7 Tiger Woods -3
T9 Rickie Fowler -2
T9 Steve Stricker -2
T9 Bernhard Langer -2
T9 Lee Westwood -2
T9 Jim Furyk -2
T14 Nick Watney -1
T14 Bo Van Pelt -1
T14 Sergio Garcia -1
T14 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano -1
T18 Thorbjorn Olesen E
T18 Zach Johnson E
T18 Justin Rose E
T18 Jason Dufner E
T18 Fred Couples E
T23 Freddie Jacobson 1
T23 Bill Haas 1
T23 Dustin Johnson 1
T23 John Senden 1
T23 Charl Schwartzel 1
T28 Bubba Watson 2
T28 John Huh 2
T28 Ernie Els 2
T28 Luke Donald 2
T28 K.J. Choi 2
T33 Branden Grace 3
T33 Robert Garrigus 3
T33 Stewart Cink 3
T33 D.A. Points 3
T33 Henrik Stenson 3
T38 Jose Maria Olazabal 4
T38 Kevin Na 4
T38 Brian Gay 4
T38 Vijay Singh 4
T38 Richard Sterne 4
T38 David Toms 4
T44 Lucas Glover 5
T44 Martin Kaymer 5
T44 Paul Lawrie 5
T44 Trevor Immelman 5
T44 Rory McIlroy 5
T44 David Lynn 5
T50 John Peterson 6
T50 Thomas Bjorn 6
T50 Scott Piercy 6
T53 Peter Hanson 7
T53 Carl Pettersson 7
T53 Michael Thompson 7
T56 Ryo Ishikawa 8
T56 Phil Mickelson 8
T56 Ryan Moore 8
59 Tianlang Guan (a) 9
60 Sandy Lyle 10
61 Keegan Bradley 12

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.