Sunday is noticeably cooler and the overcast more stubborn, with the same easterly winds we've seen since Friday. Whether the hole locations are more accessible--well, not placed on humps and bumps--remains to be seen but with a stellar leaderboard we should be in for a doozy. I'll be trailing the Woods and Scott group from the moment they hit the range but will be following on Twitter and via The Open's Lee Westwood Radio Network (87.7 on the dial if you are in Scotland).
Previewing the finale, Jim Moriarty thinks Lee Westwood has a shot at breaking his 0-61 record in majors.
For a UK take, James Corrigan and Kevin Garside understandably feel it's Westwood's chance and and based on post round comments, the Englishman is certainly sounding confident.
I wrote in Golf World Daily about Tiger's decision not to lay-up on 17 yesterday and how his refusal to play driver there could be key to today's finale.
Bob Harig breaks down what's at stake for the various leaders and their chances of winning.
In the polling here, after nearly 900 votes, Tiger is your pick at 37%, Lee at 29% and Adam at 14%.
Oddschecker turns into exchange wagering Sunday and might make for fun viewing.
The Guardian's live final round blog for those of you unable to watch, or if you are on Twitter, ByTheMinuteGolf will be joined by Mike Clayton and Lloyd Cole today.