Day three of The Masters is known as ‘moving day.’
Despite some stormy weather, there were plenty of talking points from the penultimate round at Augusta.
There are currently four European players inside the top 10, with America’s finest making up the remaining six places.
Here are the ten biggest stories from ‘moving day’ at Augusta.
Reed all about it
Patrick Reed, who is holding the outright lead at any major for the first time in his career, showed no nerves during his third round.
A five under par 65 has left him three shots clear of his nearest rival, Rory McIlroy, as the American sits comfortably on -14.
Rory McIlroy produced a bogey free 65 to leave himself with a real chance of completing a Grand Slam.
The Northern Irishman chipped in for eagle on the front nine and made a number of crucial par saving putts as he looks set to tee off with the leader Reed for the final round.
Fleetwood on a birdie barrage
Englishman Tommy Fleetwood fired in five successive birdies on the back nine as he produced a stunning round of 66.
Fleetwood made seven birdies in total, with his only blemish coming on the final hole.
Sitting on -6, another strong round may well see Fleetwood up there come Sunday evening.
Still on the hunt for his first major, 29-year-old Rickie Fowler gave himself a real chance after a magical third round 65.
His first sub 70 round has left the American on -9, five shots off the leader.
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Could Jon Rahm follow in Sergio Garcia’s footsteps?
Despite a first round 75, leaving him on +3, Rahm has since produced two superb rounds of golf.
Rahm, like McIlroy and Fowler shot a third round best 65 and is now sitting healthily on -8.
Tiger's challenge fades
Tiger Woods admitted not taking advantage of the par-fives was costly after he failed to mount a serious surge on ‘moving day.’
The former world number one did produce his best round of the week however, a level par 72, leaving him on +4.
Spieth stuck on moving day
Despite shooting a round of 66 in his first round, Jordan Spieth has failed to capitalise.
The American only managed to card a third round 71, leaving him eight shots off the lead as the front runners stormed away from him.
Mickleson's embarassing air shot
Five-time major champion Phil Mickleson proved even professionals have a swing and a miss at times.
The American found himself in the trees, took a number of practice swings before trying to fire his ball back onto the fairway and missed his ball by some distance.
Mickelson eventually made an ugly triple-bogey.
Frustrating day for DJ
Like Speith, world number one Dustin Johnson also failed to make his move at Augusta.
A one under 71 has left him 10 shots off the leader Reed and may well spell the end of his Masters hopes.
Looking to become the third oldest Masters winner, Henrik Stenson again produced a solid round.
He followed up his opening rounds of 69 and 70 with another 70 which has left the Swede in fifth place on -7.