Plenty of low scores early as Woods falls behind
Saturday is moving day at the Masters, and today has been no different. Tony Finau carded a 6-under 30 on his opening nine to take the tournament lead at 9-under. Finau is the first player since Gary Woodland in 2014 to shoot a nine-hole score of 30.
Webb Simpson is also making a charge as he is 7-under through 15 holes on the day and has moved into a share of second place at 8-under. Patrick Cantlay is in the clubhouse with the round of the day so far as an 8-under par 64 moves him into a tie for 11th.
Tiger Woods is currently in a tie for 9that 6-under and is even par on the day. The four-time Masters champion bogeyed the fifth hole for the third consecutive day before bouncing back with a birdie at the par-3 6th.