British Open 2013 at Muirfield Round 3

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Lee Westwood fired a one-under 70 on Saturday to build a two-shot lead over Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan heading into the final round.
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Westwood moved into the lead with an eagle on the par-5 fifth hole.
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Westwood opened up a two-shot lead with a birdie -- plus a bogey by Woods -- on the par-5 17th.
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Westwood is trying to finally break through for his first major championship. "It's just a case of going out there tomorrow and having the confidence in my game, which I've got," he said. "And putting it to the test."
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Tiger Woods shot a one-over 72 and will be in the next-to-last group on Sunday.
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Woods made three bogeys and two birdies. "I'm pleased where I'm at," he said. "I'm only two back. There's only one guy ahead of me."
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Woods had a couple of good looks at birdie on the back nine, but he was unable to convert. "It was very different today," Woods said. "It was a lot slower out there. The greens were slower. It looked like they didn't roll some of them or cut them."
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"I have a good relationship with Tiger, and I enjoy playing with him," Westwood said. "And I tend to feed off how good a player he is."
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Woods has never come from behind to win a major. "Hopefully I can play just a little bit better, and make a couple more putts," he said.
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Hunter Mahan tied the low round of the day with a three-under 68.
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Masters champion Adam Scott is three shots back, and he will have a chance on Sunday for his second major of the year.
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Despite a one-over 72, Phil Mickelson is still in the hunt.
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Miguel Angel Jimenez started the day with the lead, but he tumbled down the leaderboard after a 77.
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Dustin Johnson struggled to a five-over 76.
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Ryan Moore is four shots back after a 72.
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Angel Cabrera bogeyed 18 to drop four strokes off the lead.
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Jordan Spieth dropped out of contention on Saturday with a 76.
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Ian Poulter made five bogeys and a birdie for a 75.
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Bubba Watson shot a six-over 77.
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Justin Leonard bogeyed four of the last five holes for a 74.