British Open Leaderboard 2013: Day 4 Updates and Online Coverage Info

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British Open Leaderboard 2013: Day 4 Updates and Online Coverage Info
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With so many storylines to follow on the final day of the 2013 Open Championship, keeping abreast of the score real-time is a must. If you’re unable to watch the action on ESPN or online at WatchESPN, you can follow the scores and the top of the leaderboard here.

As scores change in Muirfield, they will be reflected here and in every other 2013 British Open article written for Bleacher Report.

 

What to Watch For on Sunday

Can Tiger Catch Westwood?

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It sounds like the theme of an action film, and golf fans can only hope the conclusion of the tournament will be as exciting. Lee Westwood holds a two-shot lead over Woods and Hunter Mahan heading into the final day of play.

Westwood has never won a major, and Woods is looking for his 15th. Who will break through, or will Mahan spoil both of their parties? 

 

Who Still Can’t Be Counted Out?

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Adam Scott is still in decent position to challenge for his second major of the year. He already captured the Masters, and he’s just four shots behind Westwood heading into the day.

A solid day from the Australian coupled with just a normal performance from the three ahead of him could make things very interesting.

Phil Mickelson is five shots back, but he’s one of the players in the top 10 who is capable of shooting a truly amazing round of golf.

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His opening round, two-under 69 was his best performance of the tournament. If he can equal that score and get to even par, he could apply some pressure to the top dogs.

 

Prediction

This is the major Tiger wins. He’s going to be sharp, aggressive and accurate off the tee on Sunday.  As steady as Westwood has been, there’s a reason he hasn’t captured a major.

Getting it done on Sunday in one of the four big tournaments takes a special performance. It’s been five years, but the major drought ends on Sunday.

 

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