Saturday’s Lead: Everything to Know to Bet the British Open Final Round

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Ian Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Jordan Spieth

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GOLF: Carnoustie’s About To Get Crazy

Saturday was moving day at the British Open, and golf’s best brought their boxes and bubble wrap. Jordan Spieth, Kevin Kisner and Xander Schauffele are tied atop the leaderboard at 9-under, with Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and other big names creeping in the proverbial rearview mirror. Before we talk about the big names, here’s the 22-1 longshot Joshua Perry thinks is worth a final-round wager

Sobel Part 1: Tiger Roars
Tiger had “that look” in his eye and shot a 66 (-5) to move to within four shots of the lead. Jason Sobel plays both angles and analyzes why Tiger will (and won’t) win The Open

Sobel Part 2: Spieth Soars
You know what’s better than a 66? A 65. Jordan Spieth went lower than a gymnast playing limbo and carded the second-best score of the day (Justin Rose carded a 64 to re-enter the hunt). In Spieth’s quest to defend his title, Sobel notes one attribute that will be his biggest asset on Sunday

Major Props For These Major Props
Will Mickelson make a run? How many putts will Spieth have? How many times will Tiger smile? (Answer: zero.) Download our free props sheet to make tomorrow’s final round even more enjoyable…