Golf The Open: Brit of a disaster forFaldo and Co.
Both men trudged off the famous Old Course after a disastrous third day even though conditions were perfect. Faldo dumped his second shot of the day into the Swilken Burn and eventually slumped to a three-over par 75.
That left him way behind the leaders on level par overall and he moaned: "It was a demoralising start and after that I steadied down into mediocrity."
Monty fared little better after a double bogey put him out of contention at three under. His round wasn't helped by a male streaker who performed a double somersault in front of him - and he snapped: "I've got to work out my putting. If I could not see a way out of it, I'd give up, and I'm not giving up."
Lee Westwood ended up on level par - miles away from the leaders.
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|Publication:||The People (London, England)|
|Date:||Jul 23, 2000|
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