At Augusta National on Saturday, Brandt Snedeker and Australia's Jason Day were tied for the lead at 7 under, while two more Aussies, Adam Scott and Marc Leishman, and 2009 Masters champion Angel Cabrera were another stroke back. On moving day at the Masters, no one made much of a move, setting up quite a shootout for Sunday.
This day will be remembered for the two-stroke penalty against Tiger Woods over an improper drop, which stirred up debate on social media. Some fellow golfers claimed Woods got special treatment and others noted it came one day after 14-year-old Guan Tianlang was penalized a stroke for slow play, nearly causing him to miss the cut.
Here are some scenes from play at Augusta.
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- Brandt Snedeker
- Marc Leishman
- Tiger Woods