2012 British Open Leaderboard: Adam Scott Is Leader At 11-Under Par, Leads By 4 Strokes

The third round of the 2012 British Open Championship is over, and Adam Scott had another solid round to put him back into the lead. Scott actually shot his worst round of the tournament at a 2-under par round of 68, and it was good enough to now lead by four strokes. Scott's third round saw him net three birdies, two coming on consecutive holes and also one bogie.

Behind Scott in a tie for second place is Brandt Snedeker and Graeme McDowell as both are now four strokes back of the lead. Snedeker has right there with Scott, but he shot a 3-over par, 73 where he had six bogies and three birdies. While McDowell shot a 3-under par, 67 to stay in contention. In fourth place is Tiger Woods who is five strokes back of Scott and shot an even par for his third round.

For a live look at the leaderboard, visit Golf.com.

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