Third round of the British Open
On Saturday, high winds wreaked havoc and not a single player broke par. Greg Norman, left, shot 72 and is two over for the tournament, alone in first place heading into Sunday. K.J. Choi's 75 put him in a tie for second at four over.
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Phil Mickelson shot a 76 that erased whatever faint hopes he had for contending on Sunday.
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Ian Poulter is in contention at eight over. Fellow Englishmen Simon Wakefield (+5), Ross Fisher (+7) and Graeme Storm (+8) also have a shot.
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Rocco Mediate got off to a rough start Saturday with a double and four bogeys on the front nine, but he finished with 76 and is eight over, just six shots off the lead.
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Adam Scott made double bogey at Nos. 2, 10 and 15. He's 11 over for the tournament.
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Lee Westwood, one of England's best hopes to win before the tournament started, barely made the cut. He shot eight-over 78 on Saturday and fell to 17 over for the tournament.
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Ernie Els was also a hot pre-tournament pick, but the Big Easy's 74 left him frustrated and 13 over par for the tournament.
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Ben Curtis, the 2003 Open champ, eagled the par-4 third hole on the way to a round of 70. He's in a tie for fifth at seven over.
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Colin Montgomerie looked like he just wanted to take his driver and go home Saturday morning. He shot 74 and is 12 over for the tournament.
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Sergio Garcia shot a four-over-par 74 and is nine over for the tournament, seven shots back of Norman.
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Jim Furyk's 77 put him at nine over, in a tie for 15th.
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At 53, Norman is one round away from becoming golf's oldest major champion in its oldest major championship, the British Open.
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Choi started the day alone in the lead at one under but fell back with two double bogeys and two bogeys Saturday.
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Winds bent flagsticks all over the course on Saturday.
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Norman has thrilled the crowds, rekindling memories of his British Open victories in 1986 and 1993.
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Norman's second shot on No. 18 missed the green, but he saved par after nearly holing out his chip shot.
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Norman married tennis great Chris Evert three weeks ago.
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David Duval's inspirational run at the Open took a turn for the worse on Saturday. He started with a triple and three bogeys and shot 13-over 83. He's 15 over for the tournament.
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Padraig Harrington, the defending champion, shot 72 and is four over. He'll play in the final group with Norman on Sunday.
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Sweden's Henrik Stenson had to bundle up, but he still managed to shoot 70 and stay at eight over.
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