His to Lose
Sergio Garcia has been using a new belly putter this week, and he has looked confident on the greens at Carnoustie. His 68 in the third round put him at nine under par for the tournament, three shots clear of his nearest competitor, Steve Stricker.
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This fan was ready for anything nature could dish out on Saturday.
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Tom Lehman, winner of the 1996 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Anne's, made the cut once again at age 48. On Saturday, he shot 74.
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Scottish fashion has come a long way since tartans and kilts.
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England's Ian Poulter was five under through 14 holes Saturday, but a double bogey on 15 was followed by bogeys on 16 and 17. He shot one-under 70 and is three over for the tournament.
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Chris DiMarco, the runner-up at the 2006 British Open at Royal Liverpool, had seven birdies and two bogeys to shoot 66 and finish at three under for the tournament.
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Boo Weekley bogeyed the final three holes to shoot 75 and finish T31 going into Sunday.
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Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez had a solid round going until he scored a double bogey on the par-5 14th hole. His 72 put him in a tie for 10th.
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Mike Weir made bogeys on 15 and 18 en route to shooting a one-over 72.
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A woman was hit by Woods's second shot on the par-5 6th hole; she needed two stitches. Woods checked on her condition and gave her an autographed glove.
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Tiger Woods had four birdies and two bogeys in a two-under round of 69. He is one under for the tournament.
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Jim Furyk hit 12 of 15 fairways, but only 10 of 18 greens in regulation. Furyk shot an even-par 71.
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Choi saw some good scoring chances slip away and shot 72. He is tied for third, six shots behind Garcia.
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All eyes were on K.J. Choi as he hit out of a bunker Saturday.
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Steve Stricker made seven birdies and no bogeys to shoot a course-record 64. He finished at six under, and will be in the final group with Garcia.
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Garcia did not make a bogey Saturday, hitting 14 greens and taking 29 putts.
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Large crowds have been following Garcia, who is trying to win the first major of his career. He is also trying to become the first European to win a major since Paul Lawrie won the Open at Carnoustie in 1999.
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Garcia's control off the tee and in the fairway set up three birdies over his first 11 holes.
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Charley Hoffman, playing his first Open Championship, hit out of thick rough on No. 2. Hoffman's six bogeys offset his five birdies Saturday as he shot 72.
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