Justin Rose has a two-shot lead with five holes to play at the Masters.
But Sergio Garcia caught a big break at the 13th after pulling his tee shot into an azalea bush left of the fairway. He had to take a one-stroke penalty for an unplayable shot, but he still managed to salvage par.
Playing with Garcia in the final group, Rose had a 6-footer for birdie that would've given him a three-shot lead. But the putt slid left of the cup, giving Garcia a reprieve as they headed to the 14th.
Matt Kuchar is in the clubhouse with a 67, leaving him three shots behind at 5 under. Thomas Pieters and Charl Schwartzel are also at 5 under.
Matt Kuchar has made a hole-in-one at the 16th hole to give himself an improbable shot at his first major title.
Kuchar sent the crowd into a frenzy when he aced a 7-iron at the 170-yard hole Sunday, the ball landing on the green and curling back toward the pond before dropping in the cup.
The patrons chanted "Kooch!" as the popular golfer walked toward the green. He retrieved the ball, signed it and gave it to a young boy along the ropes.
Kuchar is now at 5 under, three strokes behind Justin Rose.
Sergio Garcia dropped one stroke behind the leader with a bogey at the 10th.