P322 CEEFAX 322 Sun 9 Apr 02:25/18  3/6  GOLF: US MASTERS,  Augusta  Fred Couples has his sights on a second Masters jacket after his 67 left him one stroke off the leadN The 1993 champ is on nine-under-par with fellow Americans Scott Hoch, Phil Mickelson, Jay Haas and Australian Steve ElkingtonN They are a shot behind co-leaders Ben Crenshaw and Brian Henninger with 18 holes left to playN No fewer than 16 players are within five strokes of the leading pair and the stage is set for another exciting finish at Augusta.  THIRD ROUND LEADERBOARD ON PAGE 321 Tennis Golf Snooker Cycling
P322 CEEFAX 322 Sun 9 Apr 02:37/10  4/6  GOLF: US MASTERS,  Augusta  Curtis Strange set the early third round pace as he briefly moved into a share of the lead with a 65.  The two-time US Open champion shot himself into the reckoning on eight-under-par after bagging four birdies in a rowN  The rich vein of form started at the 13th and his card included nine birdies in total, one short of the record for the US Masters.  Fellow Americans Brian Henninger and Ben Crenshaw later bumped him off the top of the leaderboard as they reached 10-under-par. N Tennis Golf Snooker Cycling
P322 CEEFAX 322 Sun 9 Apr 02:32/10  5/6  GOLF: US MASTERS,  Augusta  dlshman Ian Woosnam stayed in the hunt after carding a 71 to move to four-under after three rounds  Woosnam, who has seen his career slump since winning the title in 1991, said: "Hopefully it will be my turn to jump out of the pacs tomorrow. I think a 65 will do it. "I played all right, but every time I made a mistake I got crucified." At the 13th he was going to hit a four-iron, switched to a three, but caught it fat and dropped into Rae's CreekN  THIRD ROUND LEADERBOARD ON PAGE 321 Tennis Golf Snooker Cycling
P322 CEEFAX 322 Sun 9 Apr 02:33/12  6/6  GOLF: US MASTERS,  Augusta  Seve Ballesteros saw his dream of a third Masters title on his 38th birthday collapse at AugustaN The Spaniard slumped to a dismal 78 in the third round and dropped from one-under-par to the five-over total of 221.  "Nothing went right," said Ballesteros, who has only had one worse weekend round in the Masters, an 81 three years ago. Fellow Ryder Cup stars Colin Montgomerie (75) and David Gilford (76) also had off-days to be level- par and one-under respectivflyN N Tennis Golf Snooker Cycling
P322 CEEFAX 322 Sun 9 Apr 02:35/14  1/6  GOLF: US MASTERS,  Augusta  Veteran American Ben Crenshaw shared centre stage with relative rookie Brian Henninger as both tied for the lead after three roynds. Crenshaw carded a smooth 67, while Henninger shot 68 to head the field on 10-under, one clear of a clytch of five players  The famous Crenshaw putting stroke looked in good shape as the 1984 Masters Champion showed just how Augusta greens should be played. Henninger, in only his third season as a pro, showed a gritty resolve he will need to repdat on SundayN  Tennis Golf Snooker Cycling
P322 CEEFAX 322 Sun 9 Apr 02:34/15  2/6  GOLF: US MASTERS,  Augusta  Nick Faldo left himself a mountain to climb again after tqmbling off the Masters leaderboardN  Faldo undid most of his good worc in the third round with a doybde bogey five at the short 16thN He gave a huge shrug of his shoulders in disappointment as he handed in a card of 71 to be fivf Crenshaw and Brian Henninger  But Faldo is far from giving up going into the final roqndN He said: "I'm still not out of it and I might not even need a 65." N Tennis Golf Snooker Cycling