The fourth and final round of the British Open is already under way but Tiger Woods will have to wait for another day to lift major No15 as his brand new putter has gone colder than the wind blowing off the North Sea at St Andrews. Woods is 12 strokes back from South African Louis Oosthuizen, who continues to stroll around the home of golf like he owns the place – which he soon will, unless Martin Kaymer flies in from the sun or Paul Casey fulfils Sir Nick Faldo’s prediction that there will be a British winner here for the first time in two decades. Read more.
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