After an early start, moving day is almost complete at the British Open.Brian Harman sits at the top of the leaderboard, but faces a strong push from names like Jon Rahm and Tommy Fleetwood. While Scottie Scheffler struggled throughout his round Saturday with five bogeys, Jordan Spieth is looking to stay in the top 10.
The former Longhorn has a chance to jump into the top four with a strong showing Saturday and he is already off to a good start. Through seven holes, Spieth has maintained a steady level of play and sits at 1-under par with a birdie on No. 4.He currently sits at 3-under for the tournament and is tied for ninth with four others.
For the second straight day, Scheffler closed out his round on a high note with a birdie on No. 18. Two birdies on the back nine helped the Highland Park product make positive progress after posting five bogeys.The world’s No. 1 ranked golfer bounced back from a less-than-ideal showing in Round 2 to survive another cut for the 23rd consecutive tournament.
Like Spieth, Kim is fighting for position near the top of the leaderboard. The Dallas resident had a dominant start to Round 3, posting three straight birdies on the fourth, fifth and sixth holes.He currently sits at 3-under for the round through 14 holes and is tied for ninth place.
The SMU product playing in LIV Golf had some work to do after the front nine of his third-round showing. His round started with bogeys on Nos. 1 and 2 and he added another setback with a bogey on No. 9.DeChambeau posted five bogeys Saturday and two birdies to finish moving day at 3-over. He currently sits at 5-over for the tournament.
After surviving the cut, Fischer found himself in some trouble throughout his third round. The UT-Arlington alum started his day with a birdie on No. 3, but fell behind to close out the front nine.He posted bogeys on Nos. 8 and 9, then finished the round with three bogeys on the back nine. Fischer currently sits at 6-over for the tournament and in 73rd place.
The Oklahoma product and LIV golfer had an up-and-down start to Round 3, posting bogeys on Nos. 1 and 3 and a birdie on No. 2. He regained some composure on the back nine and currently sits at even par for the round through 17 holes.Ancer sits at 1-over for the tournament and is tied for 40th place.