Through the first 15 holes of Saturday's third round at the 2012 Masters, Tiger Woods remains at even par for the day and is tied for 39th with Kevin Na at 3-over par for the tournament. Once considered a strong suit of his, Woods inability to cash in on lengthy par-5's has cost him the opportunity to move up the leaderboards.
On the par-5 13th hole, Woods missed a long birdie putt from the edge of the green as it nipped the left lip of the hole. Over the last three years in Augusta, Woods has scored at least 10-under par on par-5 holes at the Masters, but so far in three rounds of action Woods has only managed a score of 1-under par on the same holes.
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