The 2012 Masters field is wide open, and Cleveland native Jason Dufner, who was tied for the lead after two days, remains in the hunt. Dufner shot a 3-over 75 on Saturday and tumbled a bit down the leaderboard, but can still make up ground with a strong showing on the final day of the legendary tournament.
Swedish born Peter Hanson shot a 65 on Saturday to grab sole control of the lead at 9-under, while heavy favorite Phil Mickelson's third-round 66 has him only one shot off the pace. Names like Bubba Watson, Lee Westwood and Padraig Harrington also populate the talent-rich leaderboard after three days, as a handful of proven veterans remain within striking distance.
Dufner, who will tee off at 1:20 pm ET on Sunday, will be partnered the same man he shared the 36-hole lead with: fan favorite Fred Couples. Couples regressed by a whopping eight strokes after bursting out of the gate with a 67 on Friday, and will also be looking to rebound after a frustrating Saturday afternoon.
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