Through 13 holes in the third round of the 2012 British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes golf course, Tiger Woods has taken sole possession of second place as he is currently sitting at seven-under par. After bogeying the first and third holes on Saturday, Woods has managed to connect on three birdies and has made par on the remaining eight holes.
Of course, Woods could have some company in second as three players sit just one stroke behind him at six-under par. And Tiger still has some work to do in order to catch the leader, Adam Scott, who is currently at 12-under par through the first 12 holes he's played in round three.
But with Woods trailing him, Scott has to know that he needs to try and put some more distance between himself and what is arguably still the world's best golfer.