British Open 2012: Tee Times And Pairings For Saturday

American golfer Brandt Snedeker put his name in the history books on Friday. He was the first golfer in Open history with a 10-under after 36 holes of play. A historic score has him in the lead, but Adam Scott is only one stroke behind as the field starts Round 3 on Saturday.

Snedeker and Scott are paired together for the third round, and they will tee off at 10:20 a.m. Eastern. Tiger Woods, paired with Thorbjorn Olesen, tees off at 10:10 a.m. Former Michigan Wolverine Justin Hicks tees off at 5:05 a.m.

Some other notable tee times and pairings include:

3:20 a.m. ET - Tom Watson, Lee Westwood
3:30 a.m. ET - Chad Campbell, John Daly
3:40 a.m. ET - Adilson Da Silva, Rickie Fowler
5:15 a.m. ET - Frederik Jacobson, Jim Furyk
9:20 a.m. ET - James Morrison, Steve Stricker
9:40 a.m. ET - Jason Duffner, Graeme McDowell
10:10 a.m. ET - Thorbjorn Olesen, Tiger Woods
10:20 a.m. ET - Adam Scott, Brent Snedeker

A complete list of tee times and pairings is available at TheOpen.com.

A live leaderboard is available from Golf.com.

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