The latest news about the British Open (all times local).
Rory McIlroy has been playing well at the British Open. He has also started one well.
McIlroy opened his third round of Royal St. George’s with a 10-foot putt to make birdie at No. McIlroy moved to No. 1 overall. This was the most roared about shot at Sandwich Bay’s links.
Bryson de Chambeau opened the third round with eight consecutive pars. He was 1 over for tournament.
They are still a ways from Louis Oosthuizen’s lead of 11-under 129. This is a 36-hole British Open record.
Oosthuizen will be out with Collin Morikawa at 3.55 p.m.