Gary Woodland is the only golfer left in the pack with any local ties at the 2012 Masters, but there's plenty of intrigue with so many players packed together on the leaderboard. While Fred Couples and Jason Dufner can breathe easier than others with the lead at five-under, the reality is that over 20 golfers are within four strokes of each other. In short, Saturday's third round action will determine an incredible amount for many. Here's the info you'll need to navigate your interaction with the biggest weekend in golf:
Television: CBS will be carrying coverage from 2:30pm to 6:00pm CT. While ESPN had coverage of the first two rounds, they will no longer be hosting any live coverage of the final two rounds of play. There is, however, coverage on ESPN 3D from 3:00pm to 6:00pm CT.
Radio: The Masters own radio station will be carrying the tournament if you want to listen to a live broadcast. You can check that out here (see middle right for link). Radio coverage starts at 1pm CT.
Online/Streaming: Live coverage starts at the Masters website at 10:45am with video from Amen Corner and increases throughout the day. Coverage of Group 1 and 2 begins at 11:30am CT.
Check out the leaderboard over at Sports Illustrated for a full list of golfers, tee times and updated scores.