British Open 2010 Results Update: The Open Championship Round 3 and Leaderboard. British Open 2010: The Open Championship Preview - British Open, renowned as "The Open Championship is now celebrating the 150th anniversary of St. Andres, Scotland, regarded as the origin of homes and golf. This is also the 28th time the Royal and Ancient Golf Club has entered the British Open at St. Andrews annually.
Meanwhile, scrolling through a list of names of Nick Faldo, Peter Senior, Sandy Lyle and Mark O'Meara but without the presence of the maestro Steve Ballesteros former European.
Also expect the presence of the controversial pro-golfer Tiger Woods. Woods told reporters last Monday that he is leaving behind his Scotty Cameron Titelist, flat stick he used to win 13 of his 14 major tournament.
Apparently, one of golf's most interesting stories in the last decade of last year's British Open near-victory by Tom Watson 59 years. Winner of five Claret jug, first in 1977, Watson stumbled at the 72nd hole at Turnberry, and lost in a playoff.
Meanwhile, Graeme McDowell, winner of the U.S. Open is at T6 with 139 strokes at five under par. He shares this slot with American golfer Tiger Woods as well as nine other people (meaning there are 11 ways to tie a T-6). On the other hand, Lee Westwood had six under par and T-3 with 138 strokes. He shares this slot with two others, including fellow golfer Paul Casey Switzerland.
Round 3 of the British Open in 2010 marked a new day for Louis Oosthuizen when he finished the day leading the latest leaderboard while Mark Calcavencchia followed.