The Masters Tonight: Round Three Recap

04/09/2016

AUGUSTA, GA – On the third day of play at Augusta National, Jordan Spieth outdid his playing partner Rory McIlroy and became the first player to ever have the lead at the end of seven consecutive rounds at the Masters.

Spieth struggled on his final two holes, finishing with a bogey at 17 and a double bogey at 18. He sits at three-under for the tournament. Smylie Kaufman is a shot back at two-under and will play with Jordan on Sunday.

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