No one is talking about Graeme McDowell, but he's seven-under par and in position to seriously challenge for the second major in his career. He trails Adam Scott by only four strokes at The Open Championship, and is one stroke ahead of Tiger Woods.
In case you aren't able to catch the action on television, the entire tournament will be streamed live.
Here are the live stream specifics you need to ensure you don't miss a stroke:
When: 4:30 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. ET
All the chatter is surrounding Scott's stellar play, Brandt Snedeker's collapse and Tiger's chances. Snedeker shot a disappointing three-over 73 on Saturday, and Tiger stumbled a bit with an even-par 70.
I caution everyone, beware of the Irishman.
He has major championship pedigree, and he's playing very well. He fired a 67 on Saturday, and that firmly sandwiched his one-under par 69 from Friday with the 67 he shot on Thursday.
Much of the field has played extremely well through three rounds, but mother nature says things are about to change at Royal Lytham & St. Annes on Sunday.
Golf Digest's Dan Jenkins tweets:
Hope Sunday's forecast of gusts to 30 mph is accurate. Of my 44 Opens, most final rounds have been relatively calm.— Dan Jenkins (@danjenkinsgd) July 21, 2012
UK Weather.com confirms the blustery forecast, and it will definitely create a new dynamic for this tournament. It could be a wild and unpredictable finish.
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