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Dustin Johnson leads rain-interrupted day at Open Championship

Dustin Johnson leads rain-interrupted day at Open Championship

London, July 18 - Dustin Johnson continued his top run as he maintained his one-shot lead at the 144th Open Championship before the play was suspended due to rain on the second day at St. Andrews.

World number four Johnson is 10-under after 13 holes, while England's clubhouse leader Danny Willett carded a three-under 69 for nine under overall, the BBC reported.

`Rusty` Woods struggling to make cut at St. Andrews

Tiger Woods

London, July 17 - Former number one Tiger Woods, who used to dominate at St. Andrews, struggled to make a mark as he was 11 shots and 10 years off the pace after his worst Open round at the golf course.

Woods started his Open campaign by slapping a fat iron off the tee which sounded as tuneful as piano being played by Les Dawson.

Woods, who won his last Majors in 2008, said that he made so many mistakes that he knew it was a very benign day and guys were going to go low, the Mirror reported.

`Injured` Mcllroy doubtful for British Open

`Injured` Mcllroy doubtful for British Open

London, July 6 : World number one Rory Mcllroy will in doubt for the upcoming British Open beginning in nine days' time at St. Andrews, as he has ruptured a ligament in his ankle.

Mcllroy wrote on Instagram that rehab has already started as his team was continuing to access the extent of injury, the BBC reported.

However, a spokesman for Mcllroy said despite the injury, he has not yet ruled himself out of the Open.

The world number one, who has won four majors so far in his career, was set to play in the Scottish Open in the bid to prepare for the Open.

Spieth clinches US Open title in dramatic finale

Jordan Spieth

London, June 22 - World number two golfer Jordan Spieth held his nerve to claim the US Open title, his second major of the year, in a dramatic finish at the Chambers Bay on Sunday.

Chambers Bay US Open 'most unpleasant golf tournament ever': Gary Player

Gary Player

Johannesburg, June 21 - Gary Player, who is regarded as one of the greatest golfers of all time, criticised the hosts of this year's U.S. Open, Chambers Bay, dubbing the tournament as a

'tragedy'.

The nine-time major champion said that 115th edition of the year's second major had been 'the most unpleasant golf tournament' he had ever seen, Sport24 reported.

Player said that there have never been so many people that missed the second-round cut and were so happy to go home.

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