By Tony Jimenez ST ANDREWS, Scotland (Reuters) - Jason Day, buoyed by the support of close friend Tiger Woods, believes he is ready to end his run of major championship near-misses at the 144th British Open. "It's good to be mates with him (Woods)," Day told reporters on Sunday after a five-under-par 67 helped him share the third-round lead with Irish amateur Paul Dunne and South African Louis Oosthuizen on 12-under-par 204. "Every time I'm in contention he always sends a text message saying, 'you know what you need to do'." Fourteen-times major winner Woods, who missed the halfway cut at St Andrews, told Day after Saturday's second round to 'go get it done'. Click here to read full news..