The Green jacket is still well and truly up for grabs. Peter Hansen is not a great "front runner" and both Mickleson & Kuchar holed more than their fair share of putts last night to bring them into contention. I've a feeling that Oosthuizen will not be far away and I've still not given up on one Hunter Mahan as he is one of my bets.
I see that Lee Westwood is paired with Paul Lawrie so that will add to the interest in what should be a great final night's viewing.
2 of my 3, Yang and Van Pelt, are out of the running although if Yang has a blinder today, he could scrape the top 6. Nah.
I backed Ooosthuizen each way at 90/1 so I'll have an interest for most, if not all of the evening. I was surprised and disappointed that he laid up instead of taking on the par 5's last night. Maybe he was just making sure he stayed in contention and we'll see more ambition tonight.
So it's the pub for me to watch Hibs at 12.30, then home for a sleep before heading out to the golf club for the last round (in more ways than one ).
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