British Open PGA Tour Leaderboard: Final Round Zach Johnson Wins Playoff Over Louis Oosthuizen, Marc Leishman At St. Andrews

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Jul 19, 2015 11:46 AM EDT
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US golfer Dustin Johnson plays from the rough during the completion of his second round 69, on day three of the 2015 British Open Golf Championship on The Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland, on July 18, 2015. American Dustin Johnson birdied the 18th hole to take the outright lead on ten under par at the Open Championship on Saturday after a marathon 10hr 28min delay due to high winds at St Andrews."

The British Open Championship is back in action for Round 3 on Sunday and the final round may come Monday from St. Andrews after bad win over the weekend and this comes as Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel have been battling in the lead for the Claret Jug and coverage is from ESPN and WatchESPN for TV streaming.

UPDATE: ZACH JOHNSON WINS OPEN IN PLAYOFF

Johnson has been looking to bounce back from his last major performance and he has been strong at St. Andrews with two sub-70 scores. Johnson and the rest of the field had to battle wind on Saturday and many golfers felt that it was a mistake to play and now there could be a Monday finish for the major. Danny Willett has been in the mix and he had a day with his 66 to start and things could stay tight heading into the final round.

Spieth started off strong with a 67 and then went for a 72 in round 2 and he is looking for the grand slam after winning the Masters and the US Open. Johnson putted away the Open and now he is trying to stay atop the leaderboard at St. Andrews. Spieth had a run of three birdies to take a lead at one point during the third round of play and he will be looking to stay into the mix on Monday. There were multiple weather delays leading into the third round through the tournament and coming into Sunday Johnson was the overnight leader on the board.

Spieth was not happy about the wind day on Saturday and it was very tough for some golfers to even get their balls to stay still on the greens. The wind day really had an effect on play and things picked up after the R&A decided to make the move to have the players take the course. Tiger Woods is not in the mix after not making the cut and he now resets once again after a tough performance at a major. Woods did not play well at St. Andrews and this could be his last open there, as it is not set to return for a few years.

Spieth is in great position to win three straight majors and he would be only the second player to do it if he can take the British Open. Spieth and Johnson look like they can have a nice rivalry and it would be big for Johnson to bounce back to win this major after his last championship performance at the end.

Check here for more on the British Open and for the leaderboard with scores and live stream, updates from ESPN.

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