- Associated Press - Sunday, April 14, 2013

AUGUSTA, GA. (AP) - There are some great nicknames on display at the Masters.

The leader, Angel Cabrera, is known as “El Pato” (The Duck). Then there’s Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark, whose name translates to “Thunderbear.”

Olesen’s first name is Jacob but he switched to using one of his middle names because it’s more unique. He’s creating quite a bit of noise in the final round at Augusta National, 5 under on the day with one hole to play.

It might not be quite enough. Olesen is three strokes behind Cabrera.

_ Paul Newberry, www.twitter.com/pnewberry1963



Angel Cabrera is halfway to his second green jacket.

The 43-year-old from Argentina made the turn at 9 under and holding a two-stroke lead over his playing partner in the final group, Brandt Snedeker.

Cabrera was steadier than any of the leaders on the front side, making two birdies and seven pars. He won the Masters in 2009.



There’s been a steady rain since the leaders teed off at the Masters.

That’s got to be a good sign for the guy nicknamed “The Duck.”

Angel “El Pato” Cabrera has built a two-stroke lead with steady play over the first seven holes _ two birdies, five pars, and a 9-under total. Jason Day is at 7 under, while Adam Scott and Brandt Snedeker are another shot back.

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