Saturday at the Masters is suppose to be moving day for any player finding themselves out of contention, however, St. John's University alum Keegan Bradley didn't get the memo. Starting the day at 4-over par, Bradley ended his third round 1-over par and is now 5-over for the championship, a score that's currently 10 shots off the lead.
Currently, the only player making a move is England's Justin Rose, who's 3-under par thru nine holes and 3-under for the championship. Rose is now two strokes behind leaders Fred Couples and Jason Dufner, who're 5-under par and will tee off at 2:45 p.m. ET.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods didn't get the Saturday memo either, as he's thru 15 holes and is even par on the day. For the championship, Woods is 3-over par and is eight shots behind the leaders.