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Masters 2014 - LIVE: Leaderboard, latest news and all the action from Augusta National on Day 3

Follow all the latest scores, leaders and action from the 2014 Masters from Augusta

  • ON THE COURSE: Just four men left out there today. Watson, Blixt, Senden and Bjorn with the eyes of the golfing world upon them as they wrap up day three. 
    4/12/2014 10:37:04 PM
  • BUBBA WATSON: What's the true mark of a champion? The ability to grind out results. Bubba was so good over days one and two, by far the best, but today it just hasn't been all there. But, he is still at the top. A champion? Could well be. 
    4/12/2014 10:40:11 PM
  • BLIXT AND BJORN: The Scandinavian duo are all done for the day. 71 for Jonas and 73 for Thomas and they will certainly be up there tomorrow. Could it be a European champion? Well, not many would have picked either of these two but you never know...
    4/12/2014 10:43:38 PM
  • FINAL PAIR: Can Bubba make the lead his own again on the last? Good tee shot for him. Senden will want to end well too, stay at two under and be in touch of the leaders tomorrow. 
    4/12/2014 10:45:18 PM

  • Jonas Blixt has done very well so far 

    4/12/2014 10:50:41 PM

  • Some last pretty pictures from today 

    4/12/2014 10:50:55 PM

  • Bubba looks good but Augusta looks better

    4/12/2014 10:55:44 PM
  • ALL DONE: Bubba's there then and home with a round of 74. He still holds the lead but is now joined by Jordan Spieth at five under. John Senden bogeys the last to drop to one under with a 75. 
    4/12/2014 10:57:44 PM
  • There we go then, all done for another day at this year's Masters. Day 3 was, by a distance, the most competitive and exciting day so far with leader changes and leader board switch ups happening all the time. 

    Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth share a one shot lead at the top and are at five under for the tournament. 

    Behind our leaders, Matt Kuchar put in a super round to join Jonas Blixt in second at four under.

    Miguel Angel Jimenez put in the round of the week so far, a 66, and Rickie Fowler played well too to claim the third place spot at three under. 

    Lee Westwood has a great chance of claiming the Green Jacket being at two under and getting better and better. 

    Adam Scott (+1) and Rory McIlroy (+3) were the two main favourites coming into the 2014 Masters but would seemingly be out of it. 
    4/12/2014 11:03:59 PM
  • Many thanks from us at The Independent  and we'll see you all again tomorrow for the fourth and final day of the 2014 Masters! Where is that Green Jacket going, it'll all get sorted out tomorrow, should be an amazing day!
    4/12/2014 11:06:41 PM
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