The final round of the British Open leaderboard is jeopardized by bad weather conditions with rain preventing players from achieving the best results. Two of the top players are set to compete in the final round, American Dustin Johnson and Northern Ireland’s Darren Clarke, while strong winds were blowing at the British Open at Royal St. Georges.
Clarke currently leads over Johnson in the final round of the British Open leaderboard and is 6-under par after he managed to get a birdie at the second hole. Johnson is close behind him in a competition both golfers have never won in their career. This is 20th British open in Clarke’s professional career while his record includes a tie for second on the British Open leaderboard in 1997.
Phil Mickelson was largely disappointing early on when looking at the British Open leaderboard but now sits at -3 under par overall. “I would say with the leaders having a little bit of pressure on them, those three, four footers are going to be awfully tough today because when you’re looking down at the ball there are times when the ball’s beginning to oscillate on the greens,” England’s Justin Rose, who managed to finish 11-over said. “It’s going to be very tricky,” he went on to comment on the final day of the British Open leaderboard results. The final holes should be very exciting to see the outcomes so check back soon.