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Rose, Warren share lead at Scottish Open

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While several big names moved up the leaderboard Saturday, it was Scotland's own Marc Warren who moved into the lead, tied with Justin Rose. Here's how things look heading into the final round at the Scottish Open.

Leaderboard: Justin Rose (-10), Marc Warren (-10), Kristoffer Broberg (-9), Tyrrell Hatton (-7), Ricardo Gonzalez (-6), Craig Lee (-6)

What it means: Warren had a one-shot lead until a bogey at the last dropped him into a tie with Rose. On Sunday, Warren has a chance to make amends for a painful chapter in his career. In 2012, Warren led the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart by three with four holes to play, but he couldn't close the deal. Warren also failed to close at the 2013 Open de Espana and the BMW PGA. Not only will Warren have the pressure of winning on home soil, but he will also be paired with Rose, a major champion who is coming off a win two weeks ago at the Quicken Loans.

Round of the day: Rose, Hatton and Lee all fired 5-under 66s on Saturday. Rose was particularly impressive, making five birdies against one bogey on the back nine to give himself a chance to build even more momentum heading into next week's Open Championship.

Best of the rest: Despite bogeys on two of the last five holes, Warren played solid golf for most of the day in his round of 4-under 67. He birdied six of the first 13 holes to get the home crowd going, and he'll need another solid effort Sunday to finally win the Scottish Open.

Biggest disappointment: Gonzalez had another chance to build a nice lead, but he let it slip away. He double-bogeyed the 18th on Friday to drop back into a tie for the lead. Then he rebounded early on Saturday with an eagle on the par-5 second, but he shot a 2-over 37 on the inward nine to fall four strokes off the lead.