2013 Masters Leader Board Update for Saturday
With the tough stretch of the Masters set to begin, the lead is still six under par, but it now belongs to Jason Day, who surged to the front with a four-under 68 on Friday. Previous leaders Marc Leishman and Sergio Garcia dropped to second and 14th, respectively, with plenty of other notables still in the running for the green jacket after the cut.
Adam Scott, Lee Westwood, Justin Rose and Tiger Woods are all tied for seventh at three under par for the tournament after solid rounds on Friday. Rory McIlroy is still in striking distance as well at two under par while Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson barely made the cut.
The bigger story was 14-year-old Tianlang Guan, who made the cut of four over at exactly 148 through two rounds. After becoming the first player to receive a slow-play penalty in nearly 20 years, Guan is still mathematically alive in the race for the green jacket.
So there’s a lot to keep an eye on as the final rounds get under way at Augusta, so be sure to give us your predictions on who you think will win the 2013 Masters by commenting below!
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