Good golfing 'bance' coming up between Westwood and Poulter.
Kapur's fire has been extinguished...three pars in a row and he's still on -4.
Hunter Mahan finishes up with a 72 and a score of +1.
Tiger smacks his tee shot on the 18th and he's looking a little nervy as his ball dives into the long stuff.
McDowell and his wonderpants (they're blue by the way) and he finds the thick rough as well on the 18th.
So here comes the hacks by the big boys on the 18th....G-Mac up first and he thrashes it out into the middle of the fairway. I'll give that a 8.5 / 10. Tiger next, although his rough is not as bad. Tiger smashes it out, grits his teeth and he looks pretty satisfied. 8.5 / 10
Italian Francesco Molinari making his steady move. Three bogeys in the front nine but four birdies and a whole bag of pars and he's on one under and looking pretty dangerous.
Woods has pulled his putter out.....rolls it onto the green and he'll have a tricky 17-footer for par.
BBC commentator Peter Alliss said earlier that the greens (and almost the fairways) are looking like the courts at Wimbledon in the final weekend. A pretty accurate description.
McDowell with a par putt,......it takes a bobble and drifts left. In it goes for a bogey and he finishes with a 75.
Can Tiger save another par?...how big could this be in three days?
IN IT GOES.....Tiger wraps up a 69 and he is right in there. A few wild shots in there but that's a good day's work from the world no 1.
Tiger rolls his ball up and it's another par.
WATCH THIS SPACE.....There's a man called Lee who's firing. After scooping out of the bunker on five, he rolls his putt in with the minimum of fuss and it's another tweet (sorry birdie)...that's a third birdie in five holes and he's on -2. The tricky sixth coming up....
Great work. In France and in the office. That's a good start. We can do this together. And if you're boss comes over just tell him you're doing an online interactive management refresher course. Your boss will understand. Are you able to tweet us a pic? Same for you JCB who's chilling in France. "Have a nice lunch and catch up when I get back?"...you mean you;re going to leave us?...tres tres rude.
Have a great weekend Mickey g. I'll be a broken man (I might even hurl my computer into a bunker) if you don't keep following the action with us over the next 61 hours. Full score updates from your boys as well please.
Nice words Alan from China. Lovely to have you onboard. What's going on over there? They big on the beautiful game in China?
Westwood still on -2 after three birdies and three pars.
Any players you'd like me to keep an eye on?
A big shout-out for the golden oldies with Nick Faldo, Tom Watson and Fred Couples shooting off at 1401 BST. A very lively day for this trio yesterday. Faldo strangely sitting alongside Rory on the leaderboard on +8.
Westwood finds the green on the par three seventh but he'll have a monster tap to get birdie there.
After snapping his six iron yesterday, Charl Schwartzel seems in a cool mood today and he's already carded two birdies and four pars as he's eased back up to +2.
Another safe par for Westwood with his putter looking nicely greased up and he stays on -2 and a sweet sweet -3 for the day.
McDowell seems to mis-read his putt and his ball strays right and there's no sign of late bend and he stays on +3 (- for the day)......