Cabrera, Snedeker lead Masters heading into final round

(CNN) -- Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker lead the prestigious Masters golf tournament after three rounds of play.

The golfers, 7-under-par for the tournament, will be paired together in Sunday's final round.

But there's not much distance between them and a pack of contenders, including six golfers within four strokes of the lead.

That group includes Tiger Woods who, hours after learning he'd be penalized two strokes for an improper drop on Friday, finished the third round at 3-under-par.

Guan Tianglang, a 14-year-old from China who is the youngest player in Masters history, ended Saturday at 9-over-par through the third round.