While Saturday at the 2013 Masters was marred in controversy, everyone will plan on heading into the fourth and final round on Saturday. Tiger Woods saw an overnight two-stroke penalty due to an improper drop on Saturday, which pushed him further back of the lead but not out of being the favorite to win it all.
After Saturday's action, Woods finds himself back behind six others, tied with Tim Clark for seventh place at 3-under for the tournament. With only one round to go, Woods is finally no longer the favorite to win it all this year, according to Bovada.
The latest odds heading into Sunday's round of action have Woods as the fourth-favorite at 11/2, behind Angel Cabrera at 5/1, Adam Scott at 7/2 and the favorite, Brandt Snedeker at 2/1.
Appropriately, Snedeker holds a tie for first place with Cabrera at 7-under, while Scott is in sole posession of third place at 6-under. Wrapping up the names in front of Woods are Marc Leishman and Jason day at 5-under and Matt Kuchar ar 4-under.
Woods can certainly still make a comeback to win it all, but time is running out for him to win his fifth green jacket.
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