Everything you need to know from day three in Scotland.
Richard Mansell is the top dog after three rounds following his 67 at Carnoustie on Saturday.
Here is everything you need to know from day three in Scotland.
Like father, like son
Rory McIlroy and dad Gerry teamed up once again and the pair were sharing the birdies on Saturday morning, posting two in their first three holes on the Old Course. On his own, Rory fired a 66 for a seven-under total, eight off the pace.
Mansell gets a pup talk
The tournament leader had a brief paws (sorry) during his third round to catch up with his biggest fan...
Fitzpatrick family affair
There was no chance of the Fitzpatrick boys, Matt and Alex, getting up to any mischief. Mum Sue joined them for the full Dunhill Links experience and she was thoroughly enjoying herself. On their own, the boys both shot 69 to sit on five under.
"A real privilege to be here. I have loved being here with the boys."— DP World Tour (@DPWorldTour) October 1, 2022
Sue Fitzpatrick is enjoying the @dunhilllinks experience with @MattFitz94 and @FitzAlex99 ❤️#DunhillLinks pic.twitter.com/q84l9HtfRf
Finishing with a flourish
The closing holes at Carnoustie is one of the hardest stretches in the game. But try telling that to Mansell.
At times, it is better to be lucky than good
Mark Noble had a big slice of good fortune on the last at St Andrews when the former West Ham star was wayward with his tee shot.