British Open 2010: Saturday Morning Scoring Conditions Good

Thomas Moreland@NFLMIKEESenior Writer IJuly 17, 2010

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND - JULY 17:  Robert Rock of England acknowledges the crowd on the 17th green during the third round of the 139th Open Championship on the Old Course, St Andrews on July 17, 2010 in St Andrews, Scotland.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
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Gentlemen, start your engines!

Robert Rock, pictured.

Who is he?

I have no clue.

He shot a 67 to pull to 3-under for this 2010 British Open.

So what's Tiger Woods going to do today? Maybe a 61?

In relation to Robert Rock's score, no disrespect intended, but what can the No. 1 player perhaps of all time do to keep up with Robert Rock?

If Tiger can just match that score today, he will probably win on Sunday.

Other notables finishing early include Stephen Gallacher at 4-under with a few holes left, Kevin Na also at 4-under now through 10 holes, and Ross Fisher with a nice 68 today to get to 3-under.

Today's leaderboard is peppered with low scores throughout the field.

Scoring low is possible right now as Tiger starts his round. The first few holes are giving up plenty of birdies. Tiger should rip the par fives today as long as the wind stays mild.

I would almost bet on Woods to shoot a 65-66 on Saturday.

Hold on to your hats as Daly and Woods get going in trying pair up on Sunday in the dream twosome for ABC and the ratings on Sunday.

A 64 out of John and a 66 from Tiger, and the stage will be set.

Dreams do come true.

Thomas [NFL Mikee] Moreland


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