2009 US Masters Day Three Review
Day three of the 2009 US Masters finished with Argentina’s Angel Cabrera and America’s Kenny Perry both sharing the lead at eleven under par.
Chad Campbell is in second place at nine under par with Jim Furyk in third place at eith under par.
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Cabrera shot a three-under 69 and Perry a 70, with Chad Campbell leading the chasing pack on nine under.
Jim Furyk and Steve Stricker carded 68s, with Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood the leading Europeans on four under.
Padraig Harrington and Tiger Woods had problems and look unlikely to figure, while Sergio Garcia carded a 75.
Shingo Katayama of Japan, bidding to become the first Asian to win a men's major, was tied with South African Rory Sabbatini and American Todd Hamilton on six under.
Tiger Woods (70) and Phil Mickelson (71), numbers one and two in the world, will be disappointed not to have made up more ground as they finished four under in joint 10th.
"I think for me to have a chance it will take a round of 64 or 65 [on Sunday]," said Mickelson. "But I think it's out there.
"A lot of things happen on Sunday at Augusta, and I would never put it past happening again. At this golf course funny things can happen and if you get momentum on your side and you're making some birdies, you can make a lot of them."