AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – Scottie Scheffler (-9) leads by three entering the final round of the 86th Masters Tournament. Traditionally known as “Moving Day”, Saturday is when players jockey to get into position for a run at the Green Jacket on Sunday.

Scheffler, ranked No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking, began the day with a five stroke lead, matching the largest 36 hole lead in Masters history. He stretched the lead to six twice in the third round, but saw it trimmed to three over Cameron Smith (-6) at the end of Saturday’s third round.

“When we got started with the round today, I mean, it was so windy and never really let up,” Scheffler said. “So I hit a lot of really nice iron shots. I hit the ball really solid today. And for the most part I kept myself in good positions, outside of, I would say, 14 and 15.

And yeah, good accomplishment. I’m not really going to think too much about it tonight, but, you know, I’m just really looking forward to tomorrow.”

Scottie Scheffler and caddie Ted Scott walk across the first hole during the third round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 09, 2022 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Scheffler will tee of in the final group with Smith at 2:40 p.m. Smith has already won twice this season, including last month’s Players Championship. He’s also already taken down No. 1 this year, beating then-No.1 Jon Rahm at the Tournament of Champions in January.

“I think I’ll just try and keep it as simple as I can, try and keep it the same,” Smith said ahead of Sunday’s final round. “Go home, have dinner, have a good rest, and yeah, just really focus on getting a good rest and being prepared for tomorrow morning.”

Cameron Smith of Australia on the No. 18 hole during the third round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Saturday, April 9, 2022. (Photo courtesy: ANGC)

The field faced another day of tough weather conditions on Saturday, with unseasonably cold temperatures and gusty winds. Only eight players in the field were under par as of 6 p.m.

“It was tough,” said Cameron Davis (+11) of Australia, who was in the fourth group to finish early on Saturday. “There’s not many other words for it other than just really tough. You’ve just got to play such good golf around this place just to keep the ball on the greens, let alone in the right spots.”

Aiken’s Kevin Kisner played with Tiger Woods Saturday after the latter made his 22nd consecutive cut at The Masters on Friday, just 14 months after being seriously injured in a car crash.

Kisner (+4) shot 74 on Saturday, Woods (+7) carded a 78.

Tiger Woods plays his shot on the ninth hole during the third round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 09, 2022 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

“I had a tough time,” Woods said after his round Saturday. “I felt like I didn’t really hit it that bad, but I had four three-putts and a four-putt. I mean, it’s just like I hit a thousand putts out there on the greens today. Obviously it’s affected the score. You take those away and I have normal two putts, I made even par for the day.”

“It was very difficult conditions to start and got behind the eight ball early,” Kisner said. “Neither one of us got off to a good start. Just if you put the ball in the wrong spot when they put these hole locations this close to edges, it just becomes almost impossible.”

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