British Open 2012: A Strong Field Chasing Adam Scott After Three Rounds

Three rounds of the 2012 British Open from Royal Lytham & St. Annes golf course in Lancashire, England are in the books and Australian Adam Scott finds himself in the lead as has been the case since the tournament began on Thursday.

Scott finds himself atop the leaderboard at 11-under par after Saturday's third round. Scott Made just one bogey on the day and three birdies while making par on the remaining 15 holes.

The Aussie finds himself with a four stroke lead over Ireland's Graeme McDowell and American golfer Brandt Snedeker who are both sitting at seven-under par through the first three rounds.

Tiger Woods, the favorite to win The Open, finds himself in the mix as well. He's just five strokes back at six-under par through three rounds after shooting an even par on Saturday.

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