Sergio Garcia blistering the field at British Open - Spaniard's first major is 18 holes away
Sergio Garcia is one round away from putting himself in the history books, as he was again on his game at Carnoustie and headed into the clubhouse with a three-shot lead at the British Open. Steve Stricker was the other big story of the day, as the American fired a remarkable 64 to put himself at 6-under. After Stricker, is a group of golfers six shots off Garcia’s 9-under pace at 3-under
Will the young Spaniard do it? Or will Chris Baldwin - who spends almost as much time insulting Garcia as he does Michelle Wie and old people - be proven correct that he doesn’t have the mindset to win a major.
The “mental midget” - as Baldwin so eloquently put - showed his grit on No. 17, as after drilling a photographer with his approach, calmly chipped to within four feet and walked away with a par. Garcia then easily navigated the brutal 499-yard, par-4 18th for a par to finish an intelligently played third round of 68.
Just 18 more holes and we’ll all find out. We can be sure, however, that there will be no Tiger Woods three-peat.
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That's a case of the pot and the kettle, isn't it?
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