First, the good news, which is he ended the day tied for the lead in the Masters. But for a player who began the day with a three-shot lead and saw it expanded to five after an eagle on the second hole, Saturday will go down as a lost opportunity. After going 296 holes without a three-putt, the 2012 Masters champion did so twice on the day, and lost his outright lead for a second time with a bogey on the 16th. He'll have a chance to erase it all should he recover and win Sunday, but if the third round proved anything, it's that it won't be easy.
-- Sam WeinmanFollow: @SamWeinman