Adam Scott is the new leader after Round 3 of the 2012 British Open, shooting a 68 on Saturday to finish in the lead at 11-under. Brandt Snedeker, who started the day in the lead, fell into second after posting a 73. He's tied there at 7-under with Graeme McDowell, who moved up with a 67 on the day. Tournament favorite Tiger Woods sits in third after an even par 70 in Round 3, five strokes off the lead at 6-under.
Arizona's Jim Furyk is the only man with a local connection still playing. Arizona State alum Phil Mickelson failed to make the cut, as did Scottsdale's Chez Reavie, Scott Pinckney and Tom Lehman. Furyk shot a 71 and settles at 3-over, tied for 43rd place.
The fourth and final round in the tournament begins early Sunday morning. A full British Open leaderboard can be found at Golf.com.