3RD ROUND AT A GLANCE
LEADING: Jordan Spieth at 16-under 200 after a third-round 70.
WHO’S NEXT? Justin Rose is four shots back after shooting 67. Phil Mickelson is another shot behind.
WHERE’S TIGER? Woods was 10 shots back after shooting a 68. That gave him his first back-to-back rounds in the 60s at the Masters in 10 years.
NOTEWORTHY: Spieth, who set a record for low score after 36 holes, also set one for 54. He has a shot at the 18-under-par record by Woods in 1997.
KEY STAT: Players have made a total of 30 eagles, threatening the overall tournament record of 37. Dustin Johnson made three in the second round alone.
KEY FINAL ROUND PAIRINGS: Rory McIlroy-Tiger Woods, 11:30 a.m. PDT; Phil Mickelson-Charley Hoffman, 11:40 p.m.; Jordan Spieth-Justin Rose, 11:50 p.m.
TIGER WOODS IS FIRED UP after making a birdie putt on the 13th hole. However, after a second consecutive round in the 60s, he still trails by 10.