Adam Scott leads by four shots from Graeme McDowell and Brandt Snedeker, making it with a smooth 68 lead to the British Open. Scott tamed Lytham again after gripping the third round in the sunshine on Saturday’s tournament.

It was an amazing turn. It happened just about in a blink of an eye. The Australian player, Scott, picked up three shots around the turn to surge clear of his playing partner and overnight leader Snedeker who imploded with six bogeys before a brave birdie on the last hole gave him a round of 73 and a seven-under total of 203. How was that for an amazing fight? This only means that we will see more of Scott’s amazing stunts in the upcoming rounds. I bet he’s going to take home the championship trophy but there are still a lot of things to happen and we can never really tell.

“It was a pretty good, solid round today,” Scott said to the reporters when he was interviewed. “I think 68 pretty accurately reflect the way I played. I certainly made a couple of nice putts. It’s just fun just to get in this position. It’s what I’ve been practicing for. I don’t know what to expect tomorrow. I’m sure I’m going to be nervous but it’s good nerves and I’m excited.”

As what you have read, Scott has already spoken about what he felt after that victorious round. He felt more energized to win once more and move on to the championship round.