And then there was one day remaining.
Adam Scott leads the field in the 2012 British Open by four strokes with one round remaining. If you can't get yourself in front of a TV on Sunday, don't worry—I got you covered.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready to watch Day 4 on TV or the Internet.
When: Sunday, July 22, 2012
Watch: Coverage starts at 6 a.m. on ESPN
Live Stream: ESPN3
British Open Leaderboard, According to ESPN:
Here is a full list of the tee-times, according to TheOpen.com:
Players in Good Position:
Adam Scott (-11)
Leading the pack at -11 is Adam Scott. No golfer has been as consistent from Thursday-to-Saturday as Scott, and that's why he leads the pack.
Brandt Snedeker (-7)
After taking a step back on Saturday, Brandt Snedeker is still in contention at -7 to make a run at Scott. His confidence is shaky after a Round 3 73, but he's still alive in the race.
Graeme McDowell (-7)
Graeme McDowell shot a Round 3 67 to keep him afloat in the 2012 British Open. He's riding high off his performance Saturday, which makes him a wild-card sleeper pick.
Tiger Woods (-6)
Tiger Woods had his opportunity to break through, but he failed on Saturday, shooting even par. His inability to finish after his consistent fairway hits has been destroying his chances.
It looks like an uphill climb from here, but never discount this man's ability to perform on the big stage. If Woods gets off to a good start, the pressure will be amped to another level for Scott.
Scott has been the most consistent golfer thus far. He'll be able to win the tournament on Sunday even if he doesn't bring his A-game.