Jordan Spieth set another record at The Masters and held onto a four-stroke lead heading into the final round on Sunday.
With a round of 70 on Saturday, Spieth set a record for lowest record after 54 holes in The Masters with a 16-under 200.
Despite breaking the record, Spieth fell back to Earth, even if just a little bit. Spieth bogeyed two of his first seven holes, but he made up for it with two birdies in the same stretch. The first sign that Spieth might be human as his double-bogey on No. 17.
Justin Rose moved to 12-under with five birdies on his last six holes. Phil Mickelson shot a 67 to move him into third at 11-under. Charley Hoffman came into the round in second, but fell to fourth after a round of 71. He’s six shots back of Spieth.
As part of a tie for 5th place, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will be paired together for the final round. Both players are 10 strokes behind the leader after each shot a 68 in the third round.
Spieth is looking for his first major tournament win.