Things are moving along in the third round of the 2012 Masters Tournament, and Matt Kuchar has moved into a tie for the lead with Lee Westwood. Westwood birdied on hole two and Kuchar had a pair of birdies on holes four and seven, resulting in the crowding at the top of the standings. Seattle-born Fred Couples entered the day in the lead, but a pair of bogeys on the first and second hole saw him slide to a tie for seventh at 3-under. Couples' co-leader as of the start of the round also slipped, as a pair of bogeys on holes four and six saw Jason Dufner move to a tie for third place with Henrik Stanson and Francesco Molinari, all at 4-under. Tiger Woods also had a disappointing day, shooting an even 72 and settling in 40th place at the end of the third round. There's plenty of golf left to be played, so stay tuned to this story stream to see where things settle at the end of the day.
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