IT will be interesting to see if Darren Clarke can go on and win The Open at St George’s this afternoon.
He has come close at The Open before, in 1997 he came second to Justin Leonard and in 2001 he was third to David Duval.
Clarke looks very relaxed on the course and hopefully he can keep that frame of mind for the final day when the pressure will be more intense.
All the talk has been of Rory McIlroy, but I think Rickie Fowler has played better. He looks hungrier than Rory to win this week.
It will also be good to see Thomas Bjorn do well as he should have won The Open in 2003, the last time it was played at St George’s.
Many people were shocked to see Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, the world number one and two, fail to make the cut. They were seen as favourites to win before the tournament started.
Meanwhile, Helen should win The Apprentice tonight.
She is the strongest contender of the four remaining, which also includes Tom, Susan and Jim.
I suppose it all depends on the business plan that she has put forward to Lord Sugar.
Tonight, they will be interviewed by experts in the field and watching them being quizzed is always entertaining as those who have been economical with the truth are often found out.
It is a shame that the programme is on for two hours though, because the one hour shows are a better format.