Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images(AUGUSTA, Ga.) — Jordan Spieth continues to break records in Augusta.
Spieth shot a 2-under 70 Saturday, putting him at 16-under for the tournament, the lowest 54-hole score ever at the Masters.
For the third-straight day Spieth finishes atop the leaderboard at Augusta National but he has company. Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson each shot 5-under putting them at 12-under and 11-under respectively heading into Sunday.
Rose birdied five of his last seven holes to earn himself a place alongside Spieth in the final pairing on Sunday.
Tiger Woods is at 6-under for the tournament after shooting a 4-under 68, his lowest weekend round at a major since 2011.
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