Mon, Apr 15, 2013 - Page 20 News List

Snedeker, Cabrera share lead

CONTENTIOUS:World No. 1 Tiger Woods, whose faulty drop on Friday brought a two-stroke sanction and sparked calls for him to be disqualified, was four shots off the lead


The English challenge stuttered as Lee Westwood had a 73 to slip to two-under, Justin Rose carded a 75 for level-par and Luke Donald managed only a 75 to sink to two-over.

Phil Mickelson’s hopes were shattered as the three-time former winner slipped out to eight-over with a 77, while defending champion Bubba Watson, out first alone, came in with a 70 to get to two-over.

Chinese 14-year-old Guan Tianlang, the youngest player in Masters history, carded a 77 and at nine-over was third from bottom of the 61 players who made the cut.

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