Published: Sat, July 21, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Tiger Woods is Making a Move at the Open Championship

"If I can get on a run or off to a fast start on one of the next two days, I don't see a ridiculously low score out there but I do see something like what Tommy shot out there today - a 66 or a 65".

However, Guardiola has been unable to attend the Open this year at Carnoustie due to pre-season commitments with the Premier League champions. "I'd certainly rather play boring golf, but missing in the right places, I kind of take a pride in".

Woods has shown glimpses of his old form at times since returning to the tour last December, and he looked in good order as he went out with two birdies, before an erratic inward nine featured three bogeys and just one more birdie.

Jordan Spieth will take a share of the lead into the final round of the 147th Open Championship as he looks to become the first back-to-back victor for a decade.

'It seemed like everybody was shooting six, seven under and I figured I could probably do the same and I needed to with the leaders starting at six.

However, scoring should be improved by the fact that light rain on Friday will have left the greens more receptive to backspin, making it possible to fly the ball and stop it dead, which was close to impossible on Thursday.

Hot weather has left the fairways baked hard, effectively shortening numerous holes and allowing players to favour accuracy off the tee.

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Scott is tied for 18 at one-under after a second-round 70 that included five birdies and four bogeys, and with Fanny Sunesson on his bag for the first time, the Queenslander is having a solid week.

There wasn't enough rain to turn brown fairways green, though it at least kept shots from rolling endlessly.

Woods might not win The Open this week, and he might not win the PGA Championship at Bellerive in August, and we can still debate whether or not he can catch Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major championships.

"The golf course fits my eye, " said Kisner.

There was not a single bogey in Fleetwood's round, while the last of his six birdies came at the 18th.

Dustin Johnson, the No. 1 player in the world, finished bogey-double bogey for a 72 and missed the cut by one.

Tiger Woods rattled off six birdies in 11 holes during the third round of The Open Championship at Carnoustie en route to a 5-under 66.

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"I've been called Dustin many times", Zach Johnson said.

"Everyone acts like this is the first time I've been bandaged up". His low ball flight, grinding nature and good putting give him the right ingredients.

Two holes later, he found a pot bunker right of the par-3 16th and made bogey.

Rose's blemish-free effort was capped by birdies at the last two holes, including one after a stunning approach shot onto the 18th green.

But at a damp and chilly Carnoustie, McIlroy said that while he may not enjoy the adverse conditions any better, he has "definitely learned to handle it a little better".

McIlroy played in the final pairing at Augusta National with Patrick Reed and never challenged him.

"It would be very special", said Fleetwood, who is five under par overall.

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