2012 British Open Leaderboard: Tiger Woods Shoots Even Par On Saturday

Tiger Woods entered the third round of the 2012 British Open just a few strokes back of the leaders. A rough start slowed him down a bit, but Woods still managed a couple of mid-round birdies to propel him to a par-70 in the third round. He remains at -6 for the tournament and will enter Sunday with a chance to claim his elusive 15th major championship.

Adam Scott was one of the big stories of the day. He shot a -2 on Saturday, improving him to -11 for the tournament. As of late this morning, that was good for a four-stroke lead over the field. He'll enter the fourth round as the heavy favorite.

Tournament leader Brandt Snedeker really struggled today, shooting a +3 to drop him to -7 for the tournament. Despite the rough day, he gained some momentum late with two birdies on his final three holes.

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