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Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner are more than just housemates this week. They share the lead in the British Open. Playing on opposites ends of a day that started with umbrellas and ended with shadows, they had a one-shot lead at Carnoustie. Tommy Fleetwood, Pat Perez and Xander Schauffele were one shot back heading into the weekend.
Sung Kang doesn’t plan to handle rulings any differently because he doesn’t think he did anything wrong when fellow PGA Tour player Joel Dahmen accused him of taking a bad drop three weeks ago.
Whether the turf is sun-baked or rain-soaked, brown or green, Carnoustie shows it can hold its own. In what might be the easiest conditions of the week, Kevin Kisner took only 22 putts, one of them a long eagle putt that sparked his round of 5-under-par 66 to lead the British Open by one shot.
Jordan Spieth figured someone from the R&A would be waiting for him when he pulled into the parking lot at Carnoustie to take back the silver claret jug. Instead, he was part of a ceremony with enough pomp to drive home the point.
Now that the PGA Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, next month has gone from a big deal to a big-big deal because of Jordan Spieth, there is no telling where he might lead us. On Sunday, of course, he led us way up a dune.
Trailing for the first time all weekend at Royal Birkdale, Jordan Spieth followed with a birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie stretch that allowed him to close with a 1-under 69 and win the British Open by three shots over Matt Kuchar.