Jason Day holed out for eagle from a greenside bunker on No. 2 on Sunday to grab a piece of the lead at the 77th Masters.
Day, who birdied the first, is 3-under par through four holes and is tied atop the leaderboard with third-round co-leaders Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera.
Snedeker birdied the first from 11 feet out to join Day at minus-8. Snedeker parred the second and third to remain there.
Cabrera, the 2009 champion, 2-putted for birdie from 10 feet out on the second to gain a piece of the lead. He parred the first and third.
Adam Scott is even par after four holes and is alone in fourth place at minus-6.
Tiger Woods 3-putted for bogey on the fifth to slip to minus-2. He is tied for ninth place
Former PGA Champion David Toms fired a 5-under 67 to finish the tournament at 1-under 287.
The next closest player finished is Michael Thompson, who also carded a 67 on Sunday. He stands alongside Rory McIlroy (69) and Richard Sterne (70) at 2- over 290.
Three-time champion Phil Mickelson closed with a 1-over 73 to complete his tournament at 9-over 297.
A light rain is falling and it is expected to increase in intensity as the day continues.