Over the last three rounds of the 2010 British Open, Paul Casey has played very well and has had a great performance. If he keeps this up, he will be the winner at the end of the tournament.
Today is the fourth and final round of the British Open.
At the end of yesterday, Casey was No. 2 on the leaderboard and was only behind the No. 1 Louis Oothuizen by a total of four strokes.
Because of Casey’s skill and ability, he has been able to put himself in a good position to stay ahead of the rest of the competition, and advance to take over Oothuizen’s spot at No. 1 in the tournament.
The next several slides explain why Casey has what it takes to be the winner of the British Open.