British Open at Lytham and St. Annes

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Tiger Woods got off to a poor start Saturday with two bogeys in the opening three holes, but he rebounded to shoot even par.
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Woods is five shots back heading into the final round.
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"I got off to an awful start and battled back and got myself right back in the mix again going into tomorrow," Woods said. "I'm right there."
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Adam Scott leads Graeme McDowell and Brandt Snedeker by four strokes after a two-under 68.
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"If I play a solid round of golf tomorrow, it will be very hard for the others to beat me, and that's all I'm thinking about," Scott said.
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Graeme McDowell made three birdies on the back nine to get into the final pairing on Sunday. "It will be in Adam's hands tomorrow if the conditions are as straightforward as they have been the last few days," McDowell said.
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Brandt Snedeker struggled for most of the day, but he birdied 18 to remain in the hunt. "I could have packed up and gone home today, but I didn't," Snedeker said.
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Ernie Els made three birdies and a bogey for a 68.
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Thorbjorn Olesen was paired with Woods in the third round. He shot a one-over 71.
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Luke Donald made two birdies, a bogey and a double bogey for a 71.
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Matt Kuchar finished at two under par after a 72.
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Jason Dufner dropped out of contention after a three-over 73.
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Zach Johnson moved into contention with a four-under 66.
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Rory McIlroy made one birdie and four bogeys for a 73.
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Bubba Watson got to five under par, but a bogey on 14 and a double bogey on 15 ended his run. He finished with a 68.
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Andrew Dudley, the English man who goes by "Jungle Bird" and interrupted Webb Simpson's trophy presentation at the U.S. Open, was spotted at Royal Lytham on Saturday.
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On Friday, Brandt Snedeker got this shot up-and-down en route to his second straight bogey-free round.
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Snedeker charged to the top of the leaderboard in the second round with a six-under 64. He's 10 under heading to the weekend.
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Tiger Woods finished with a three-under 67 Friday.
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Woods is currently in 3rd place at six-under for the tournament.
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Tiger's second round consisted of only four birdies and one bogey.
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Graeme McDowell finished the second round with a one-under 69.
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Day 1 leader Adam Scott was four shots behind Brandt Snedeker when he teed off on Friday.
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Large puddles greeted fans and players at Royal Lytham and St. Annes on Friday.
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Big-hitting Nicolas Colsaerts struggled to a 77 on Friday.
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Geoff Ogilvy shot a 68 and is even par for the tournament.
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Phil Mickelson found trouble all day on Friday. He shot 78 for an eleven-over total and will miss the cut.
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Mickelson's Friday 78 included three bogeys and three doubles.
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Some local wildlife also took in the action on Friday.
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Still chasing his first major title, Luke Donald shot 68 and is two under for the event.
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Luke Donald shot 68 to get to two under heading into the weekend.
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Rory McIlroy struggled Friday, shooting a disappointing 75.
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McIlroy is two over for the tournament.
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Rickie Fowler shot a 72 and is three over for the tournament.
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Rickie Fowler found one of the 206 bunkers at Royal Lytham and St. Annes on Friday. He shot 72 and is three over.
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Hunter Mahan posted rounds of 70 and 71 in the first two rounds.
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John Daly dressed to impress the local fans.
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On Thursday morning, Tiger Woods was the center of attention for his early tee time.
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Woods got off to a hot start with four birdies on his first nine holes.
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Tiger Woods opened with a three-under 67.
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Woods is trying to win his fourth British Open.
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Woods was paired with Sergio Garcia.
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Phil Mickelson's shot from the fairway bunker on the eighth hole got stuck in the deep rough just over the lip.
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Mickelson began searching for the ball....
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...but eventually it took a team of people to locate the ball. Mickelson eventually found the ball, and took a penalty drop for an unplayable lie.
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Adam Scott matched the course record on Thursday with a six-under 64.
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Adam Scott got off to a blistering start Thursday, going seven under through 16 holes.
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Scott did find some tough lies despite his low score.
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Graeme McDowell fired a three-under 67 in his opening round.
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A handful of spectators had a bird's-eye view of Vijay Singh, Nick Watney and Ian Poulter.
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Bubba Watson opened with a three-under 67 on Thursday.
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Watson made four birdies and one bogey.
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Bubba Watson won the Masters in April but has not played much since.
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Playing alongside Woods, Sergio Garcia shot a two-over 72.
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Els made six birdies and three bogeys.
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Ernie Els, who won in 2002, opened with a three-under 67.
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Ian Poulter shot a one-over 71.
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Matt Kuchar made three birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
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American Ryder Cup captain Davis Love opened with a 71.
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Englishman Lee Westwood carded five bogeys, four birdies and one double bogey for a disappointing 73 on Thursday.
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Justin Leonard found himself in Royal Lytham's deep, thick rough. He shot a 75.
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Fans showed their national pride.
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John Daly, the 1995 Open champ, shot a two-over 72.
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Scotland's Paul Lawrie, who won this event in 1999, opened with a five-under 65.
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Darren Clarke has struggled since winning his first major at last year's Open. He shot a 76 on Thursday.
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Phil Mickelson opened with a three-over 73.
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Rory McIlroy shot a three-under 67.
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McIlroy carded six birdies throughout the first round.
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Rickie Fowler finished the first round at one-over 71.
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Luke Donald shot even par on Thursday.
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Hunter Mahan also finished even par after the first round.