Tiger is trailing Adam Scott by five strokes
The 2012 British Open is nearing its finale and is set to name a new champion. Adam Scott is surging towards his first major championship, while Ernie Els is making a late charge to steal the Claret Jug and win his first major since 2002.
Meanwhile, most of the players have fallen because of the windy conditions at Royal Lytham & St. Anne's. Check out the following slides for an updated leaderboard and the biggest movers of the day.
Scott seeks his first PGA major victory.
Scoreboard courtesy of www.PGATour.com.
Nicholas Colsaerts is having an incredible final round.
The wind finally came to Royal Lytham & St. Anne's, and it has had a strong impact on the scoring today. Most of the players atop the leaderboard have fallen because of the rough conditions, which have steered clear of the course until the final round.
Therefore, nearly every player has moved down, but none more so than Brandt Snedeker. The leader through 36 holes did sit atop the leaderboard at 10-under par, but he has shot eight-over par in the final two rounds, including five-over par today.
Joining Snedeker is Zach Johnson and Graeme McDowell, each of whom is four-over par for the day.
On the other side of the coin is Nicholas Colsaerts. The unknown player has shot up the leaderboard with a scorching round of five-under par and currently sits at one-under par for the championship.