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Masters 2021 LIVE: Leaderboard, latest scores and updates from round three at Augusta

Tom Kershaw
·1-min read
<p>Justin Rose takes a one-shot lead into the third round</p> (Getty Images)

Justin Rose takes a one-shot lead into the third round

(Getty Images)

Follow all the action as the third round of The Masters gets underway at Augusta.

Justin Rose surged into a spectacular four-shot lead on Thursday but saw that advantage cut down to just one yesterday, with the Englishman struggling to recapture his best form. It was still a round of great resilience, though, by the former world No 1, who finished with a flourish of birdies to end with an even par round of 72. He will begin in the day’s final group alongside debutant Will Zalatoris who, despite never having won on the PGA Tour, has been in brilliant form.

There is a stacked field of high-profile names in close pursuit in what promises to be a thrilling moving day. Justin Spieth, the 2015 champion, whose redemptive form reached a peak with a victory in Texas last week, is just two shots back and made no attempts to conceal his thoughts of another Green Jacket after an impressive 68 yesterday. Justin Thomas, the Players champion, is just one further behind after a sloppy three-putt on the 18th green cast a blemish on what had otherwise been a perfect round of 67. Meanwhile, the likes of Tony Finau, Xander Schauffele and Bryson DeChambeau are still firmly in contention. That much cannot be said of Rory McIlroy or defending champion Dustin Johnson, though, with the pair both missing the cut. Follow all the action from round three below:

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