Golf: Tiger's drought set to continue

Tiger Woods' hopes of ending his title drought at the British Open look to be all but over.

The world number-one golfer sits 12 shots adrift of the lead after three rounds at St Andrews.

Woods carded a scrappy one-over 73 in his third round and is trying to keep upbeat heading into the final day.

He says the forecast is for wind and showers on the final day so they will have to see what happens.

Little-known South African Louis Oosthuizen is the outright leader at 15-under, with England's Paul Casey alone in second at 11-under.


- Newstalk ZB

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