Day 3 at the British Open, in GIF form
It's fair to say that Tiger Woods didn't shoot a bad score on Saturday. In tough conditions, Tiger's one-over 72 left him only two strokes behind leader Lee Westwood.
But rather than the steely, sometimes-petulant Tiger that won 14-majors, we saw far more of the latter,
which has been pretty commonplace during his four-year major-less drought. Will this attitude work? Perhaps.
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On the opposite end of the spectrum, it's probably fair to anoint Ivor Robson, the long-time first-tee announcer at the British Open, the happiest man on the planet. Just look how his face lights up when he announces Lee Westwood's name.
Hunter Mahan did well today: He holed putts from all over the place en route to a three-under 68, playing his way into the final group. And he did it all dressed like a smurf,
two days after he donned what looked to be an Oreo costume. Maybe he's got a sketchy sense of style. Or maybe we're just pawns in he and his caddie's elaborate game.
On Friday, Lee Westwood hit one drive 400 yards and another into outer space.
But whether it was nerves or just a desire not to lose more balls at the hands of the great unknown, Westwood took it down a notch on Saturday. So much so that he stood over his tee shot for what must have felt like infinity. He's got a two shot lead going into Sunday, but with added pressure, who know how long his first tee-shot is going to take tomorrow. While we're young, Lee!