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Masters: Final-round pairings

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

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Saturday at the Masters is complete and Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera share the 54-hole lead as we march toward Sunday.

Here are your best final-round pairings (all times Eastern):

Tianlang Guan and Sandy Lyle (9:30 a.m.) -- Auto-follow group.

Phil Mickelson and Ryan Moore (9:40 a.m.) -- Two of the best U.S. amateurs in the last 25 years. Should be fun regardless of scores.

Trevor Immelman and Rory McIlroy (10:30 a.m.) -- Can McIlroy top his 79 on Saturday with an 80 on Sunday?

Luke Donald and K.J. Choi (12:00 p.m.) -- Two pro's pros. Would be a fun group to follow.

Jason Dufner and Fred Couples (12:50 p.m.) -- Yawn (everybody else will).

Bernhard Langer and Lee Westwood (1:50 p.m.) -- You would have lost a lot of money if I'd bet you this would be a final-round pairing earlier in the week.

Rickie Fowler and Steve Stricker (2:00 p.m.) -- Fowler should be leading this tournament. Two double bogeys and a triple so far.

Tim Clark and Tiger Woods (2:10 p.m.) -- Woods is pretty outspoken against anchored putters. Clark is pretty outspoken for anchored putters. Think they'll talk a lot?

Jason Day and Matt Kuchar (2:20 p.m.) -- Kuchar surged on Saturday and Day faded late. Going in opposite directions?

Adam Scott and Marc Leishman (2:30 p.m.) -- Two more Australians try to end their famous drought.

Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera (2:40 p.m.) -- I think Snedeker wears green on Sunday.

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