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Golf Masters tournament leading scores (updated)

Following are the leading scores after Saturday's third round of the 83rd Masters tournament held at the Augusta National Golf Club (United States unless noted):
 
203 - Francesco Molinari (Italy) 70-67-66
 
205 - Tony Finau 71-70-64, Tiger Woods 70-68-67
 
206 - Brooks Koepka 66-71-69
 
207 - Webb Simpson 72-71-64, Ian Poulter (England) 68-71-68
 
208 - Matt Kuchar 71-69-68, Justin Harding (South Africa) 69-69-70, Xander Schauffele 73-65-70, Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 71-66-71, Dustin Johnson 68-70-70
 
209 - Rickie Fowler 70-71-68, Adam Scott (Australia) 69-68-72
 
210 - Patrick Cantlay 73-73-64, Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark) 71-71-68, Justin Thomas 73-68-69, Phil Mickelson 67-73-70, Jon Rahm (Spain) 69-70-71, Jason Day (Australia) 70-67-73

211 - Bubba Watson 72-72-67, Lucas Bjerregaard (Denmark) 70-72-69
 
212 - Jordan Spieth 75-68-69, Tommy Fleetwood (England) 71-71-70, Corey Conners (Canada) 70-71-71
 
213 - Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 74-72-67, Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 75-70-68, Cameron Smith (Australia) 70-74-69, Matthew Fitzpatrick (England) 78-67-68, Kevin Tway 72-71-70, Patton Kizzire 70-70-73
 
214 - Aaron Wise 75-71-68, Marc Leishman (Australia) 72-72-70, Kim Si-woo (South Korea) 72-72-70, Kyle Stanley 72-72-70, Viktor Hovland (Norway) 72-71-71, Charley Hoffman 71-71-72, Kevin Kisner 69-73-72, Bryson DeChambeau 66-75-73
 
215 - Takumi Kanaya (Japan) 73-74-68, Rory McIlroy (North Ireland) 73-71-71, Keegan Bradley 76-68-71, Gary Woodland 70-71-74
 
216 - Jimmy Walker 72-72-72, J.B. Holmes 70-72-74, Charles Howell 73-67-76, Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand) 69-72-75
 
217 - Kevin Na 71-73-73, Alvaro Ortiz (Mexico) 73-71-73, Patrick Reed 73-70-74
 
218 - Devon Bling 74-73-71, Keith Mitchell 72-74-72, Tyrrell Hatton (England) 73-73-72, Satoshi Kodaira (Japan) 75-70-73, Andrew Landry 72-73-73, Bernhard Langer (Germany) 71-72-75, Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spain) 73-70-75

219 - Eddie Pepperell (England) 74-73-72, Branden Grace (South Africa) 72-75-72, Martin Kaymer (Germany) 73-74-72, Li Haotong (China) 72-74-73. Enditem