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British Open 2012: Sunday TV Coverage, Streaming, Live Updates And More

With the third major title of the year up for grabs, it was 32-year-old Australian Adam Scott who took the difficult track at Royal Lytham & St. Annes by storm to carry a four-stroke advantage into Sunday's final round with an 11-under par score.

Scott, who has never won a major title in his career, finished in a tie for second place at the Masters in 2011, and could be just one mistake-free round away from adding his name to the long list of major champions. Lurking in the second to last group behind Scott and his playing partner Graeme McDowell is none other than Tiger Woods however, a man who presents a constant challenge at the sport's biggest events. Woods carded an even par 70 on Saturday to remain in the hunt despite missing several short putts, but will need to make up ground rather quickly to have a chance at leapfrogging Scott.

Live TV coverage of the final round will start up at 6:00 a.m. EST on ESPN, although Scott and McDowell are not scheduled to tee off until 9:30 a.m. A live online stream will also be available, as Watch ESPN and TheOpen.com will each offer a live broadcast throughout Sunday's action.

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