Sergio Garcia will resume his Open bid at 1420 BST with a first major win well within his sights after finishing the third round in the lead at nine under.
That gave the Spaniard a three-shot lead overnight, with American Steve Stricker second after his superb 64.
England's Paul Broadhurst and Irish duo Padraig Harrington and Paul McGinley are all three under, alongside Ernie Els, KJ Choi, Stewart Cink and Chris DiMarco - and all of those will feel like they have a shot.
Pre-tournament favourite Tiger Woods will have to pull off something amazing to snatch a third successive Open title you would think, lying eight shots off Garcia's overnight mark.
However, lest we forget, Paul Lawrie came from 10 shots back in 1999 to seal the title and if anyone can pull off the impossible, it's Woods.
With the weather set fair, low scores are predicted throughout the day, so let us know your thoughts.
Will Garcia cheer or choke on the final day? Can Tiger pull off the impossible? What about the British and Irish contingent? And will any more members of the galleries be laid low by wayward drives from the world's top players? Get your hard hats on people...