Third Round of the British Open

1 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Saturday at Turnberry Tom Watson is heading into the final round as the British Open leader at four under par after shooting 71 on Saturday.
2 of 25 Bob Martin/SI
A 76 dropped Marino back to one over for the tournament.
3 of 25 Fred Vuich/SI
Stewart Cink is quietly putting together a solid tournament performance. He's one under par.
4 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Fans lined the hills to catch a glimpse of players on the 12th green.
5 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Vijay Singh gave up five strokes Saturday and is six strokes behind the leader.
6 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
With a birdie on the par-5 seventh, Migel Angel Jimenez got off to a steady start.
7 of 25 Fred Vuich/SI
Things quickly changed on the back, where he made two double bogeys and shot 40. He is three over for the tournament.
8 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Sergio Garcia is five over par after Saturday's 76.
9 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Camilo Villegas shot 73 to end up two over par.
10 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Boo Weekley still has a shot, entering the final round five strokes back.
11 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
A five-over 75 on Saturday pushed J.B. Holmes back to three over for the tournament.
12 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Steve Marino got off to a rough start with three bogeys and a double in his first five holes, but he started to turn things around with an eagle on the par-5 seventh.
13 of 25 Bob Martin/SI
Goosen is just two strokes off the lead.
14 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Retief Goosen recovered from a double on the par-5 seventh with an eagle on the par-5 17th.
15 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
Watson saved par several times on the front nine, with close bunker shots and clutch putts, as he fought to keep his lead.
16 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
"I'm making putts when I have to, and that's been a real treat for me," Watson said.
17 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
If Watson is successful, he will be the oldest major championship winner of record.
18 of 25 Fred Vuich/SI
Ross Fisher missed a chance for eagle on the 17th green. He shot an even-par 70, and is one stroke behind Watson.
19 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Mathew Goggin is also just one stroke back after a one-under 69.
20 of 25 Bob Martin/SI
Jim Furyk said he was pleased with his even-par 70, which kept him within three strokes of Watson.
21 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
John Daly's girlfriend was on the course again Saturday showing her support in a coordinating outfit.
22 of 25 Robert Beck/SI
The coordination didn't end with his girlfriend's skirt. His bag also featured a print similar to his pants.
23 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Daly is two over par heading into the final round.
24 of 25 Fred Vuich/SI
Lee Westwood, still searching for his first major, shot even par to keep himself in the hunt.
25 of 25 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Nick Dougherty faltered with three consecutive bogeys on the front, but managed a three-over 73.