Playing with Brandt Snedeker in his final round of the 2012 British Open, Tiger Woods has begun the final charge to capture his 15th major by attempting to catch leader Adam Scott at 11-under par.
Woods begins his day in fourth place and a full five shots behind Scott at 6-under par for the tournament. Prior to teeing off, Woods was spotted on the driving range working on different shots with his driver, possibly alluding to a more aggressive game plan for his final round. He has routinely played irons off most teeboxes in his previous three rounds, prompting questions about his ability to catch Scott.
Woods has tapped in for par on his first hole and now moves to the difficult par-4 second hole. Leader Adam Scott prepares to begin his round at 9:30 a.m. EST.