Snedeker eyes another Masters shot

Updated: April 14, 2013, 1:05 AM ET
By Farrell Evans | ESPN.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The third round of the 77th Masters began with a controversy surrounding one of its most illustrious champions that threatened to overshadow the tournament.

But then some good stuff started to happen on the golf course that refocused the attention back on the game.

With a 2-under 70 on Saturday, Tiger Woods crept his way back onto the leaderboard after starting the day 5 shots back of the lead. Now he is chasing a gang of mostly hungry players trying to win their ...

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