The Open Championship: Round 3
Finally! The second round of the British Open is over - nearly 39 hours after it began.
Play was suspended more than three hours on Friday because of heavy rain, and then halted for nearly 10 1/2 hours on Saturday by high winds.
The third round is now set for Sunday, followed by the first Monday finish at the Open since 1988.
American Dustin Johnson is the 36-hole leader with a 10-under 134, one shot ahead of England's Danny Willett, and two ahead of Scotland's Paul Lawrie, the 1999 Open champion.
Jordan Spieth is still in the mix after winning the Masters and the U.S. Open. Despite a shaky putter, he's within five shots of the top spot.
Tiger Woods? He's headed home, shooting a 7-over 151 that left him tied for 147th. It's the first time in Woods' professional career that he's missed the cut in consecutive majors.
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