Australian Adam Scott has waved his broomstick putter like a magic wand to jump out to a four shot lead after the third round of the Open Championship at Royal Lytham St Anne's.
Scott's shot a two under par 68 to move to 11 under, clear of Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell and American Brandt Snedeker.
Tiger Woods is still a chance at six under, however he's never come from behind heading into the final round to win a major.
Kiwi Steven Alker has fallen back to even par after a two over 72 third round, but he's still in a tie for 18th.
"I actually struck the ball better than I have all week so apart from a couple of shots, getting a couple of fairway bunkers, kind of paid the price today."
Photo: Adam Scott (right) and caddy Steve Williams (left) (Getty Images)