British Open TV Schedule 2012: Essential Viewing Guide for Final Round
The final round of the British Open is going to determine who will win; however, it's looking like the final round will be dominated by the current leaders.
How to Watch
Time: From 3 a.m. ET to 12 p.m. ET
Televison: On the Golf Channel, ABC and ESPN
Going into the fourth and final day, Adam Scott is leading at 11 under after hitting a two under on Saturday. There is no reason to think he can't put together another under-par score on Sunday.
Graeme McDowell and Brandt Snedeker are tied for second place. Snedeker had a tough third round with six bogeys and three birdies. McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion, must be happy with his position entering the final round.
The Tiger Situation
Tiger Woods is currently sitting at six under after an even-par score in Round 3. Woods will need a lot to break right in order to challenge Scott for the lead.
See when your favorite golfer will be teeing off. All times are ET.
02:20 Martin Laird
02:30 John Daly and Tom Watson
02:40 Jeev Milkha Singh and Rafael Cabrera-Bello
02:50 Charles Howell III and Ross Fisher
03:00 Chad Campbell and Andres Romero
03:10 Lee Slattery and John Senden
03:20 Warren Bennett and Aaron Baddeley
03:30 Juvic Pagunsan and Retief Goosen
03:40 Bob Estes and Richard Sterne
03:55 Rory McIlroy and Fredrik Jacobson
04:05 Brendan Jones and Ted Potter Jr
04:15 Thongchai Jaidee and Yoshinori Fujimoto
04:25 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Nicolas Colsaerts
04:35 Pablo Larrazabal and KJ Choi
04:45 SM Bae and Adilson Da Silva
04:55 Lee Westwood and Toshinori Muto
05:05 Geoff Ogilvy and Miguel Angel Jimenez
05:15 Ian Poulter and Greg Owen
05:30 Branden Grace and Jim Furyk
05:40 Rafa Echienique and Troy Matteson
05:50 Gary Woodland and Rickie Fowler
06:00 Paul Lawrie and Carl Pettersson
06:10 Simon Dyson and Garth Mulroy
06:20 Jamie Donaldson and Dale Whitnell
06:30 Francesco Molinari and Harris English
06:40 Padraig Harrington and Joost Luiten
06:55 Steve Stricker and Peter Hanson
07:05 Thomas Bjorn and Hunter Mahan
07:15 Alexander Noren and Justin Hicks
07:25 Matthew Baldwin and Keegan Bradley
07:35 Steven Alker and James Morrison
07:45 Greg Chalmers and Simon Khan
07:55 Anirban Lahiri and Nick Watney
08:05 Vijay Singh and Jason Dufner
08:20 Luke Donald and Kyle Stanley
08:30 Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchr
08:40 Mark Calcavecchia and Louis Oosthuizen
08:50 Bubba Watson and Thomas Aiken
09:00 Bill Haas and Thorbjorn Olesen
09:10 Ernie Els and Zach Johnson
09:20 Tiger Woods and Brandt Snedeker
09:30 Graeme McDowell and Adam Scott
Scott Carasik is a Featured Columnist and Trends and Traffic writer for Bleacher Report. As a Featured Columnist, he covers the Atlanta Falcons, NFL and NFL draft. He is the Falcons analyst at Drafttek, runs the NFL draft website, ScarDraft.com, and is the host of Kvetching Draftniks Radio.
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