A wild Saturday continues at the 2012 Masters Tournament, as Arizona State graduate Phil Mickleson moved to 6-under after an eagle on hole thirteen, moving him into a tie for first with Matt Kuchar. They were soon joined by Peter Hanson and Louis Oosthuizen.
Mickleson's tournament had started off rough, going 4-over on his first fourteen holes, but he was able to settle down and has gone 10-under since. Matt Kuchar has a trio of birdies, on holes four, seven and nine, and Hanson recovered from an opening bogey with birdies on holes two, seven, eight, twelve and fourteen. Oosthuizen is the latest to climb the leaderboard, shooting 6-under through eleven holes.
Representing Arizona, thought a number of Arizona natives failed to make the cut for the third round, Aaron Baddley is shooting par, holding in a tie for 24th place. Martin Kaymer and Martin Laird, meanwhile, both stand at 48th place, shooting 6-over.