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PGA Golf 2013
Event: The Open Championship Final Round
Date: 21st July, 2013
Where: Muirfield Golf Links, East Lothian, Scotland
When: 12.40 p.m. to 7 p.m. BST
Defending Champion: Ernie Els
Welcome to our live coverage of day four at The Open. Lee Westwood takes a two-shot lead into Sunday as he bids to land that first major but Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan are the Englishman’s closest challengers.
Adam Scott, who suffered late agony last year, is also in contention along with the likes of Henrik Stenson, Angel Cabrera and Phil Mickelson
The Open Championship 2013 Live Stream Tiger Woods Final Round Sunday Watch PGA Golf Online The Open Championship 2013 Live Stream Final Round On Sunday Tiger Woods Tee Times, TV Schedule and Leaderboard: British Open Sunday’s round live stream will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC Sports, in Canada on TSN, and in the U.K. on BBC, with Australia.
Adam Scott-Tiger Woods, 9:00 a.m. EDT: Two great players. Two major winners. Two fan favorites. But the sideshow of Tiger playing in the same group with former (and outspoken) caddie Stevie Williams will take center stage. Can you imagine either one celebrating on 18 in front of the other? Wow.
Lee Westwood 7/4 (1.75 to 1), Tiger Woods 2/1, Adam Scott 7/1, Phil Mickelson 20/1, Henrik Stenson 20/1, Angel Cabrera 25/1, Zach Johnson 30/1, Ryan Moore 40/1, Jason Day 50/1, Francesco Molinari 60/1, Sergio Garcia 60/1, Brandt Snedeker 60/1, Dustin Johnson 80/1, Migel Angel Jimenez 125/1, Jamie Donaldson 125/1, Hideki Matsuyama 150/1 and Field (all others) 50/1.