2010 British Open, Round 4 Leaderboard Update: Paul Casey's Triple Bogey Gives Louis Oosthuizen Massive Lead

In one hole, Paul Casey's ambitions of winning the 2010 British Open were all but dashed. Having remained within four strokes of his golfing partner and tournament leader Louis Oosthuizen, Casey suffered an ugly triple bogey in the twelfth hole of Round 4 on Sunday.

Oosthuizen, meanwhile, birdied the same hole. This gives him an eight-stroke lead with six holes left to play, and only a truly bizarre turn of events could deny Oosthuizen a win at this legendary course.

This would be not only Oosthuizen's first-ever major win, but his first PGA Tour win, period.

You can follow the live leaderboard here. For much more on the 2010 British Open, check out SB Nation's golf blog, Waggle Room.

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