Final-round British Open pairings and tee times

Tiger Woods and Lee Westwood won't play together on Sunday but they'll certainly be scoreboard watching. (Getty Images)
Woods and Westwood won't play together on Sunday but they'll certainly be scoreboard watching. (Getty Images)

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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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