Aussie Adam Scott leads the Masters at 11-under par through 14 holes on the final round. Tiger Woods is among a slew of players at 10-under, but Rory McIlroy, who came into the day with a four shot lead, is not one of them. McIlroy has fallen apart, starting out his back nine with a triple bogey on 10, a bogey on 11, and a double bogey on 12 to effectively end this young Northern Irishman’s chances at a first career major.
Geoff Ogilvy has birdied five holes in a row, and is also at 10-under through 16 holes. Jason Day, and Charl Schwartzel are also one shot behind Scott. Among the other contenders within striking range are K.J. Choi and former champ Angel Cabrera at 9-under.