Rory McIlroy entered the final round of the 2011 Masters Tournament atop the leaderboard at 12-under, but after a bogey on Hole No. 1 he leads by only two strokes now. Charl Schwartzel birdied the first hole to go from eight-under to nine-under. There are five players currently tied for third at eight-under: Luke Donald, Jason Day, Adam Scott, K.J. Choi and Angel Cabrera.
Tiger Woods started the day at five-under and worked his way up to seven-under before he bogeyed Hole No. 4. On the par 3 Hole No. 6, Woods birdied it to go back to seven-under. Lee Westwood started the day at three-under, but now stands six-under after his first nine holes of the day.
Defending champion Phil Mickelson started the day at three-under and moved to four-under when he birdied Hole No. 2, but a double bogey on Hole No. 5 now has him at two-under for the tournament. Will Mickelson present McIlroy a green jacket in a few hours? Stay tuned.