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Rickie Fowler will try to make another move Sunday at British Open
Rickie Fowler will try to make another move Sunday at British Open

Rickie Fowler had seven birdies in 12 holes during the third round of the British Open on Saturday to pull into a tie atop the leaderboard with wire-to-wire leader Rory McIlroy before a disastrous finish left the American where he began the day, six shots off the lead in second place. As Fowler carded bogeys at No. 14 and No. 16, McIlroy followed him with a birdie and eagle on those holes to take a commanding five-shot lead that he'd extend to six with an eagle on No. 18. Fowler birdied the 18th. Fowler, who at 25 is the same age as McIlroy, shot to stardom as an All-American golfer from Murrieta Valley High at the same time his rival from Northern Ireland climbed to the top of...

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