The British Open: Final day at St Andrews

Published July 20, 2015 by Sol FH

The British Open: Final day at St Andrews

Three-way tie going into the championship round set to tee off all day today until 14:30 GMT.

Louis Oosthuizen, Jason Day and amateur surprise story Paul Dunne are tied for the lead heading into the final round of the Open at -12 par. The leader board has seen many different names topping the list, which is proof to how close the sharp shooters have been all weekend, despite the bad weather.

The scoring was unbelievable on a rather benign feeling day weather-wise. The previous 18 holes saw the Irish amateur Paul Dunne shoot a six-under-par 66 to reach -12 under. Oosthuizen the South African hopeful actually won the tournament on the old course back in 2010 shot a 67, and Day stayed in the running by shooting the same score as Oosthuizen.

It will be a tough task to stay on the top heading into the final 18 with players like Jordan Spieth, Padraig Harrington, only a stroke and two strokes behind respectably. And then, a nine-man group including Spain's Sergio Garcia, Englishmen Danny Willett and Justin Rose, and Australia's Adam Scott are within striking distance and could easily oust the players currently topping the list.

The big story was the weather as the bad winds and rain postponed the final to today instead of the weekend making many Brits eager to call in sick and test their skill with online gambling markets while watching the biggest major in UK Golf. Online bookies like UK based bet365 Sports.

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