Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy is edging closer to his first major title as he takes a four-shot lead into the final day of the Masters in Augusta.
McIlroy carded a two-under-par 70 to move to 12 under, four clear of 2009 Masters champion Angel Cabrera, Charl Schwartzel, KJ Choi and Jason Day.
England’s Luke Donald is on seven under (with a round of 69), currently tied with Australia’s Adam Scott (67).
Tiger Woods failed to capitalise on the progress he made on Friday, shooting 74 to finish five under and share that spot with Ross Fisher (71), Bubba Watson (67), veteran Fred Couples (72), and Geoff Ogilvy (73).
Defending champion Phil Mickelson also dropped shots, carding a 71 to drop to three under.
Don’t forget you can follow the official Leaderboard here.
Remember that there is also a Masters App for the iPad where you can watch eight exclusive feeds – you can get this on iTunes now.
Otherwise make sure you catch the live coverage of the final day on Sky Sports, there is also live coverage on BBC2 from 7pm tonight.
Enjoy it – I’ve got a feeling we have a classic final day coming up!