Heading into the final round of the 2011 Masters golf tournament, Rory McIlroy is atop the leaderboard at 12 under par. He shot a 70 in the third round on Saturday, which is good for two under par. Earlier in the tournament he shot a 65 and 69. Overall, that puts him at -12 and in great position as Sunday at the Masters arrives.
There is a four-way tie for second place on the 2011 Masters leaderboard between Jason Day, Charl Schwartzel, K.J. Choi and Angel Cabrera. The four players are eight under. Luke Donald and Adam Scott are tied for sixth at seven under par, and Bo Van Pelt is eighth at six under.
Tiger Woods headlines a group of five players tied for ninth at five under. Woods shot a 74 on Saturday to drop him down the leaderboard after getting off to a promising start with a 71 and 66. That puts him at -5 for the tournament, which is also the score for Geoff Ogilvy, Fred Couples, Ross Fisher and Bubba Watson.
Phil Mickelson is all the way down at tied for 18th. He shot a 71 on Saturday, bringing his tournament total to three under par.