Justin Rose surged into contention at the 147th Open Championship after finishing his third round with back-to-back birdies to post a bogey-free 64.
Rose was among the early starters on Saturday morning after scraping into the weekend with a birdie on the 18th the night before.
And after notching two birdies on the front nine, Rose came home in 30 to set the clubhouse target and get within two strokes of halfway co-leaders Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner, who begin their rounds at 16.00.
Rose’s seven-under-par 64 was his lowest-ever score at a Major and it moves him up 59 places into a tie for sixth place on four under.
Fellow Englishman Chris Wood was another shot back…
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