Final-round British Open pairings and tee times
Tiger Woods-Adam Scott and Lee Westwood-Hunter Mahan are your two featured groups on Sunday at Muirfield.
Lee Westwood will sleep on a two-shot lead Saturday night at the British Open but there are 16 guys within six shots of him. Here's a look at some of the most interesting pairings with tee times (all times Eastern):
Miguel Angel Jimenez and Rafael Cabrera-Bello (7:45 a.m.) -- The two Spaniards who stole headlines in round one are together at last. Don't think either has a real chance.
Dustin Johnson and Jason Day (8 a.m.) -- Either could post a 65 and I wouldn't blink. Day is like an automatic top-10 finish in majors at this point.
Brandt Snedeker and Sergio Garcia (8:20 a.m.) -- A pair of great scorers; either of them winning would be crazy given that Snedeker was eight back and Garcia nine back going into Saturday.
Francesco Molinari and Phil Mickelson (8:30 a.m.) -- Mickelson thinks even par will win the tournament. He'll have a chance to shoot a 69 and post it in front of the leaders.
Henrik Stenson and Zach Johnson (8:40 a.m.) -- Two fantastic ball strikers. I'd be surprised if either made a big move, though.
Angel Cabrera and Ryan Moore (8:50 a.m.) -- Sneaky Ryan Moore. If either of these guys putts well at all, they'll be in it at the end.
Adam Scott and Tiger Woods (9 a.m.) -- Oh, man. Should be all kinds of fun.
Hunter Mahan and Lee Westwood (9:10 a.m.) -- The main event (kind of; Tiger and Scott are a pretty big deal, too) as each man will see if he can close out his first major.
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