The final round of the Masters promises to feature a thrilling finish, headlined by 2009 champion Angel Cabrera and world No. 5 Brandt Snedeker holding the joint 54-hole lead at seven-under par.
Even though "moving day" didn't see a ton of action yesterday, Tim Clark made the most noise. He went from all but out of it to three-under par thanks to his 67 in the third round.
Below is a breakdown of everything you need to know about the schedule over the final 18 holes, courtesy of Masters.com.
When: Sunday, April 14, at 9:20 a.m. ET
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.
TV: CBS Sports Network On The Range: 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Live event coverage on CBS from 2-7 p.m. ET, and ESPN 3D is available from 4-7 p.m
Masters.com Live Stream Information
11 a.m.-1 p.m.— Live On The Range video coverage on Masters.com
11:45 a.m.-6 p.m.—Live video coverage of Amen Corner
12:30 p.m.-7 p.m.—Featured Groups 1 and 2 live video coverage
12:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.—Live video coverage of hole Nos. 15 and 16
2 p.m.-7 p.m.—Masters in-depth live video coverage highlights
Complete List of Tee Times
9:20 a.m. – Keegan Bradley
9:30 a.m. – Tianlang Guan, Sandy Lyle
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9:50 a.m. –,
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10:10 a.m. –,
10:20 a.m. –, John Peterson
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11:00 a.m. –,
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11:40 a.m. – Stewart Cink,
11:50 a.m. –,
12:00 p.m. –,
12:10 p.m. –,
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12:40 p.m. – Freddie Jacobson,
12:50 p.m. –,
1:10 p.m. –,
1:20 p.m. – Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano,
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1:50 p.m. – Bernhard Langer,
2:00 p.m. –,
2:10 p.m. – Tim Clark, Tiger Woods
2:20 p.m. – Jason Day, Matt Kuchar
2:30 p.m. – Adam Scott, Marc Leishman
2:40 p.m. – Brandt Snedeker, Angel Cabrera
Rickie Fowler Threatens the Lead Early, Fades Late
One of the more under-the-radar rounds belonged to Fowler, who had a far more stable day than his previous two rounds on Saturday by shooting a two-under 70.
He dropped just one shot at the long par-three fourth hole. Fowler took advantage of a favorable pin location at No. 8 to get nearly within gimme range for an eagle, then added a birdie at No. 12.
CBS Sports' Kyle Porter brings up a great point on the popular young American:
If not for a triple-bogey at No. 16 in Round 2 and two double-bogeys in the opening round, Fowler would likely be atop the leaderboard.
As aggressive as Fowler is, expect him to come out blazing with five shots to make up. That should have him near the leaders to start, but another massive mistake likely looms in his first taste of Sunday contention around Amen Corner.
Tiger Woods Finishes Second
Never before has Woods come from behind to win a major, but he will do his best to challenge for his fifth green jacket.
Woods has never putted better in his entire career than he has to begin 2013, but that hasn't quite carried over to Augusta the way he'd hoped. That whole two-stroke penalty deal is also not helping his cause, yet he persevered through that to shoot 70 in the third round.
That setback will ultimately cost Woods the amount of shots he needs to notch major No. 15.
Even though Woods has won three times already on the PGA Tour in 2013, his final-round scoring average ranks 126th. That seems to be carrying over from last season, when Woods had multiple chances to break through for another major before fading on each occasion.
Woods won't go quietly this time around, though, and should wind up within a shot or two of victory since he isn't front-running.
Brandt Snedeker Wins the Green Jacket
This is Snedeker's time, and he has accomplished far more since collapsing to a final-round 77 back in 2008 when he played in the final group.
When he won the FedEx Cup title in 2012 and backed it up with a wonderful start to this season and a victory at Pebble Beach, it became clear he would be a fixture atop the world rankings.
He made it clear just how important a win at Augusta would be:
In the midst of his prime, the 32-year-old is the only player in the field capable of matching the putting prowess of Woods.
Twelve straight pars had Snedeker off to a stable start on Saturday, and he then made birdies at Nos. 13, 15 and 16 to fire a three-under 69.
Now that his health has checked out after a rib injury set him back, Snedeker has regained his confidence and form at just the right time. That should should be enough for him to stroll to victory in spite of a gallant effort by Woods.