Adam Scott has made his first mistake of the day at the 2012 British Open, and it came on his very first hole.
Leading the tournament by four shots going into today's final round at 11-under, Scott narrowly missed a five-foot putt for par on the par-3 first hole, causing him to drop a shot and fall to 10-under. Playing partner Graeme McDowell made par and remains at 7-under, but is now only three shots back.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods (6-under) is playing his second hole of the day and saved par after an outstanding bunker shot that saw Woods taking a difficult lie and leaving himself two feet for par. Woods has clearly decided to play more aggressively today, having hit a 3-wood off the second tee for the first time all week.