The 2011 Masters Leaderboard has experienced a shake up while many players finish out the back nine. Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Charl Schwartzel all held or shared the lead at one point on Sunday, but neither of the three holds the lead currently. That designation belongs to Adam Scott, who started the day at seven-under and has worked his way up to 11-under. He has made five birdies and one bogey on the day, having four holes left to play.
Tiger Woods is right behind Scott at 10-under, making par on his last three holes of the day. Four other golfers are tied there as well. Geoff Ogilvy is at five-under for the day to reach 10-under. Luke Donald, Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel are also at 10-under for the tournament. Bo Van Pelt sank an eagle on Hole No. 15 to charge to 10-under, but then bogeyed the next hole.
This final round of the tournament sure is shaping up for a dramatic finish. Will Adam Scott be able to keep the lead while Tiger Woods awaits the results inside the clubhouse?