Adam Scott is running away with the 2012 Open Championship. Sunday he has the opportunity to become the 16th different major champion in the last 16 majors, and the 13th first-time champion in that time span.
Round 4 coverage will begin on television on ESPN at 6 a.m. EDT (3 a.m. PDT). Of course the final pairings will tee off much later.
At those very same times, the tournament can be found on a variety of online platforms.
In the United States, most internet service providers offer a product called WatchESPN. It is ESPN on your computer.
If you are unable to use WatchESPN, another option is ESPN3.com. It is the pretty much same thing, but can be accessed by typing in ESPN3.com in your browser, or by accessing GolfCast on ESPN.com. If you have access to ESPN3, the default setting will be to show you the video feed of the final day.
ESPN3 will also keep the tournament available to watch on demand any time.
The ESPN mobile app on your iPhone, Android and other smartphones will allow you to get up-to-the-second updates on the tournament and include player and tournament statistics. Certain tablet and smartphone users can access WatchESPN on their phones as well to catch the video feed.
Real-time match statistics and scores can also be found on a variety of other sites through apps or the websites. Those include CBSSports.com, TheOpen.com and of course BleacherReport.com. The Bleacher Report app also promises to bring you your updates straight to your phone.