Louis Oosthuizen has a one shot lead going into the final round of The Open tomorrow at Royal St. Georges Golf Club in England.
Louis carded a third round -1 under par 69 to stay in top spot on The Open leaderboard with a -12 under par total;
“I was definitely not swinging it freely today, I was all over the place with iron shots and it felt like I kept it together at the end there.”
“I’m very excited, it is a great position. I need to play well tomorrow and see if I can get rid of those loose swings.”
“You need to believe that you can lift the trophy as well and if you think about it beforehand that you might win this championship, I think that’s great, and you have to believe you can do it.”
“Finishing second isn’t great, so I will play my heart out tomorrow and see if I can lift the Claret Jug again.”
Collin Morikawa is that one shot back at -11 under par, he signed for a third round -2 under par 68 to keep the pressure on the leader.
Jordan Spieth in third spot, a bogey at the last hole leaving him at -9 under for the tournament after his -1 under day.
Can anyone stop Louis from lifting the Claret Jug again?