The Open For The Ages at St. Andrews is getting down to the best players ever.
Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods emerged from moving day at the Old Course, tied at 12-under par going into the final 18.
The Open For The Ages is a virtual compilation of the greatest players in the Open from the past 50 years.
The final round will be a three-hour presentation on The Golf Channel starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday morning.
Nicklaus shot 67 on day three to 68 for Woods. They’re a shot ahead of some big names in Open history — Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros and Tom Watson, all at 11-under. Faldo made a dramatic, huge putt through the famed Valley Of Sin at the 18th green for birdie.
Two shots behind Nicklaus and Woods are John Daly, Louie Oosthuizen and Jordan Spieth.