Adam Scott leads the Open Championship going into the final round at Royal Lytham and St Annes.
The Australian sits on eleven under, four shots ahead of Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell.
The duo will be the final pairing out today with American’s Brandt Schnedeker, Tiger Woods and Zach Johnson all remaining in contention.
Many including Scotland’s Paul Lawrie endured a troublesome day with a triple bogey at the last capping a round of 76.
With the wind expected to play a big part in Sunday’s proceedings, McDowell fancies his chances.
He said: “Since I was a young boy I dreamed of coming down that last fairway on a Sunday afternoon, the last group in The Open Championship.
"This is special for me, back-to-back major championships to be in the last group on a Sunday afternoon.
"I talked about it early in the week. I can't expect to win this week, but what I can expect to do is compete if I do the right things, and to give myself a chance to be within three or four of the lead going into a Sunday afternoon and playing with the leader.
"That's really all I can ask and I'm right where I want to be."