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Players will be hoping to fly up the leaderboard on Saturday at the Masters
As is traditional at the weekend at the Masters, we drop down from Thursday and Friday's three-balls to play in pairs with the climax approaching.
The order of play is a little more logical too as the highest scoring players to have made the cut, which doesn't including defending champion Danny Willett, going off first and the leaders in the very latest tee-times.
Will Sergio Garcia break his major duck or will evergreen Fred Couples continue his good form and become the oldest ever winner of the tournament? Stay right here to find out.
Masters 2017: Dustin Johnson withdraws from tournament
Thu, April 6, 2017
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Masters Day 3: Live updates
9:45pm BST: Paul Casey should be heartened by his performance on Day Three.
Starting the day on 3+, the Englishman went to one-under-par before bogeying at the last to finish on level par.
Just three shots separate the top 10 golfers with Charley Hoffman leading at five-under-par.
Australian Adam Scott has moved into contention with two birdies through 10 holes, while back-to-back birdies has moved Ryan Moore to 3-.
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9:15pm BST: Now it's Jordan Spieth's turn to charge up the leader board.
Three consecutive birdies have put him three under for the tournament.
But Hoffman is showing no signs of dropping off after leading from Day One and is six-under-par after two birdies through five holes.
Jordan Spieth has moved into contention on Day Three
8:45pm BST: The lead is going to chop and change all night with all the leaders out on the course and Charley Hoffman has now regained the lead with a birdie on the second after Rickie Fowler moved back to 4-.
Meanwhile Paul Casey is on fire! Starting the day at three-over-par, the Englishman is now 1- for the tournament after three consecutive birdies on 12, 13 and 14.
Jordan Spieth has also moved one-under-par after birdying the sixth.
8:15pm BST Rory McIlroy's little resurgence appears to be over. A dropped shot on five after a three-putt has pushed him out to even par.
Rickie Fowler is out in front after a six-foot putt at Pink Dogwood and leads the tournament at five under.
Spaniard Jon Rahm is also making things interesting. He's started quickly, with a birdie at three and is now just one shot off the lead.
Rory McIlroy carded back-to-back birdies on the second and third to go 1-
7:45pm BST: Things are just starting to get interesting. Rory McIlroy has birdied the second and third to move 1- for the tournament.
The Northern Irishman has been 2+ and 1+ in the last two rounds through the first three holes but he looks like he's going to begin his march up the leaderboard today.
Phil Mickelson has also kicked off his third round with back-to-back birdies to move just two shots off the lead.
Meanwhile Brandt Snedeker is on course for a Bogey-less round and is three-under for the day.
7:15pm BST: WOW! Kevin Chappell with the shot of the day for an eagle on the seventh!
The American hits a beauty from the fairway, 130 yards from the pin and it drops in as he moves 1+ for the tournament.
Meanwhile Paul Casey has enjoyed a solid start and a birdie on seven has moved him one-under-par for the day.
Rory McIlroy has also got underway with a par on the first.
Lee Westwood will be hoping to improve on his 3
6:45pm BST: Lee Westwood has begun his third round with a bogey on the third.
But American Jimmy Walker is enjoying a fantastic start to his round with back-to-back birdies on the first and second to move 1+ for the tournament.
6:15pm BST: Andy Sullivan has now carded three bogeys in a row to move three-over-par for the day.
But Jason Day is flying at the moment. Three consecutive birdies on the 12th, 13th and 14th have put him 3- on Day Three.
Andy Sullivan has struggled on the front nine
5:45pm BST: Louis Oosthuizen has had an absolutely shocking start with a triple-bogey on the first hole.
Of the 22 golfers who have teed off, Only Brenden Grace, Brandt Snedeker and Bernd Wiesberger have improved on their score.
5:15pm BST: James Hahn is a man on the move. After bogeying the second, he has hit two consecutive birdies with a brilliant 30-foot putt on the fourth.
But Fitzpatrick was unable to copy his playing partner as he bogeyed at the same hole to move back to five-over-par.
Meanwhile Andy Sullivan has suffered back-to-back bogeys on the third and fourth to move 7+ for the tournament.
Matthew Fitzpatrick will be hoping to make his mark on the leaderboard
4.45pm BST: Matthew Fitzpatrick has started well with a birdie on the second to move four-over-par for the tournament.
Jason Day has certainly had an entertaining start on the front nine – he now has two bogeys and two birdies through seven holes.
Englishman Andy Sullivan has also made a solid start to his third round with a par on the first.
4:15pm BST: Jason Day has had an up and down start since parring the first followed by two bogeys and a birdie.
Branden Grace has continued his fine start to move to 2- for the day through three holes.
Ross Fisher got underway in his pairing with James Hahn and the Englishman two-putted from 12 feet for a steady par to begin the day.
And 22-year-old Matt Fitzpatrick has just set off on the first alongside Brandt Snedeker.
3:45pm BST: Jason Day gets the action underway on Day 3 and has managed to negotiate the troublesome first hole with a par.
Despite finding the a sand trap off the tee and clearing the green with his second, the Australian managed pitch in close to the pin for an easy two-footer.
Daniel Berger and Branden Grace were next to start their third round and couldn't have more contrasting holes.
Berger took four shots to reach the green before two putting for a double bogey while his playing partner started the day with a three to move 5+.
Jason Day got Day 3 at The Masters underway
3.15pm BST: What a couple of days at Augusta we've had. The drama began even before the tournament with a course evacuation on Monday due to a weather warning followed by another on Wednesday which also saw the famous Par-3 Contest abandoned.
World No 1 Dustin Johnson then slipped on some stairs and withdrew in the most dramatic fashion possible, making it to the first tee before turning heel and heading back to the clubhouse to pull out.
When the golf got going, the testing conditions left plenty of the top players floundering and defending champion Danny Willett ended up missing the cut, but Charley Hoffman shot a magnificent 65 on Thursday to take the biggest first-round lead in more than 50 years.
However, he dropped back three strokes on Friday and shares the lead this morning with Sergio Garcia, Rickie Fowler and Thomas Pieters. Those four will go off at 7.50pm and 8pm UK time.
But the first man off today is Jason Day, who will play on his own as an odd number of players made it through the cut. He tees off in just a few minutes.