2010 British Open: Third Round\nRory McIlroy didn't let Friday's disappointment carry over into Saturday, he made six birdies en route to a three-under 69.\nTiger Woods tees off on the ninth hole. Woods shot his second consecutive 73 at the British Open on Saturday.\nPhil Mickelson strolls down the first fairway during the third round. Lefty wound up with a 70 and was 11 shots off the lead.\nSteve Stricker plays a bunker shot on the fourth hole.\nGrip it and rip it: John Daly hits his tee shot on the 18th hole.\nEngland's Paul Casey hits his tee shot on the seventh hole. Casey posted the lowest score of the day with a 67.\nEngland's Lee Westwood watches his tee shot on the sixth hole. Westwood's 71 left him at 209 overall Saturday.\nSpain's Alejandro Canizares hits his tee shot on the 10th hole. Canizares finished the day seven under along with Lee Westwood and Henrik Stenson.\nThe top American, Dustin Johnson, finished the day with a 6 under par. Here he chips on the sixth hole.\nSouth Africa's Retief Goosen tees off on the second hole. Of the top 17 players after 54 holes -- those within 11 strokes of the lead -- only Goosen at 211 -- has won a major championship.\nSergio Garcia hits his tee shot on the 18th hole.\nGermany's Martin Kaymer hits his tee shot on the second hole. Kaymer, who had shot 68, is in third place going into the final round.\nVamos! vamos! Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain hits his tee shot on the 18th hole.\nLouis Oosthuizen peers out over fescue on the 13th hole. Oosthuizen's 69 gave him a four-stroke lead over Paul Casey going into the final round.