The final round of the Masters has players unmoving. The top players are either at a standstill or are moving backwards.
Five bogeys on the first nine, with only one birdie, has moved Snedeker from -9 to -6. Steve Flesch is holding steady with one bogey and one birdie, which puts him in second place with -8. Tiger has struggled a bit and is in fourth place at -4.
The leader is still Trevor Immelman at -10. Bogeys at the first and eighth and a birdie on No. 5 have kept him from pulling any further ahead of the field.
The best round near the top of the leaderboard was turned in by Miguel Jimenez. He finished with a 68, which moved him into a tie for seventh. Heath Slocum finished with a 69, but his +8 start on the day hurt any chances to advance into a competing position.
With the leaders on Amen Corner, anything could happen at this point.