Posted: 12:24 p.m. Sunday, April 14, 2013
By Mark Sandritter
The contenders won't tee off for another few hours, but the final round of the 2013 Masters is underway as the early groups make the turn and finish their final nine holes.
After shooting 76, 77 on Friday and Saturday, Phil Mickelson rebounded on Sunday. Mickelson has three birdies through 13 holes and is currently 1-under on the day. Mickelson double-bogeyed No. 12 on Friday and Saturday, but came away with a birdie on the par-3 on Sunday.
Rory McIlroy is also in the red on Sunday following a 7-over 79 on Saturday. He started off his final round well with a birdie at No. 2. He dropped back to even with a bogey at No. 4, but moved back into the red with a birdie at No. 8. McIlroy is currently 4-over for the tournament.
Tianlang Guan, the 14-year-old from china, is through Amen Corner and for the first time since Thursday, Guan recorded a birdie during his round. He finished Amen Corner in style with a birdie at No. 13. After shooting an opening round 73, Guan struggled on Friday and Saturday. He's currently 3-over through 13 and 12-over for the tournament.
Following a 10-over 82 in the third round, Keegan Bradley is playing much better on Sunday. Bradley has five birdies on Sunday and is 2-under in his round to move to 10-over overall. Bradley is tied for 56th place, but would be challenging for a top 20 finish if not for a disastrous third round.
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