The predicted bad weather arrives early at the Augusta National bringing with it a threat to Saturday's play
Conditions improve enough to open the gates and allow an eager crowd entry to the course
Former US Open champion Jim Furyk sets off on his own to kick-start the rain-hit third round of the 70th Masters
The rain returns by the time the second group start as a wet Thomas Bjorn discovers on the first fairway
Jose Maria Olazabal, another former champion, pars the first two holes before a birdie at the third takes him to two over
English hopeful Luke Donald sets off with Australian Robert Allenby but drops a shot early on as his challenge falters
The first significant move comes Miguel Angel Jimenez who picks up two shots to edge to level par after six
Starting on one over, Shingo Katayama records a couple of pars before thunderstorms intervene to halt play
Organisers aim to complete the third round on Sunday after rain keeps the players indoors until a restart late in the day
After a four-hour weather interruption, Tiger Woods gets his third round under way after starting five shots off the pace
Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke begins with a bogey on the first to slip to one under and is unable to make amends by the time he stops on the fifth.
Phil Mickelson begins with three birdies in a row, going on to close the gap on Campbell to two strokes.
South African Tim Clark is the main mover and shaker on Saturday, moving to just one off the lead with Rocco Mediate after five holes
Woods' wife, Elin, watches on as her husband picks up two shots in nine holes to move three behind overnight leader Chad Campbell
Campbell is all smiles when he starts his round late in the day but sees his lead cut to just one stroke before light fails