CARNOUSTIE, Scotland -- Tiger Woods didn't realize his name was atop the leaderboard at The Open on Saturday. But all of Scotland and most of the golf world did. Woods stirred this remote Scottish town on a balmy afternoon, his name going to the top of the competitors in the 147th Open when he two-putted the 14th green for a birdie. Given that Carnoustie was relatively benign during the third round and 32 players teed off behind him, it was inevitable that he would not stay there. But it was significant nonetheless. "It would be, as you said, better on Sunday," said Woods, whose 5-under-par 66 was his first score in the 60s at The Open in 11 years. "But I'm right there. I've got a chance at this, which is great." Playing at The Open for the first time since 2015, Woods birdied six of his first 14 holes to tie for the lead, a position he held for about 20 minutes before Kevin Kisner birdied No. 3. Woods then bogeyed the par-3...


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