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The 2015 British Open Leaderboard, Standings and results: Jordan Spieth 2 shots behind

Zach Johnson and Adam Scott are currently co-leaders at 15-under-par while Jordan Spieth is just one stroke behind.

Leaderboard
POS START CTRY PLAYER TO PAR TODAY THRU R1 R2 R3 R4 TOT
1 6 Zach Johnson -16 -7 12 66 71 70 – 207
2 6 Adam Scott -15 -6 11 70 67 70 – 207
T3 6 Marc Leishman -14 -5 9 70 73 64 – 207
T3 1 Jason Day -14 -2 7 66 71 67 – 204
T3 4 Jordan Spieth -14 -3 7 67 72 66 – 205
T3 1 Louis Oosthuizen -14 -2 7 67 70 67 – 204
7 6 Sergio Garcia -13 -4 9 70 69 68 – 207
T8 6 Jordan Niebrugge -12 -3 9 67 73 67 – 207
T8 1 Paul Dunne -12 E 7 69 69 66 – 204
T10 26 Brooks Koepka -10 -4 F 71 70 69 68 278
T10 18 Anthony Wall -10 -3 15 70 71 68 – 209
T10 6 Danny Willett -10 -1 12 66 69 72 – 207
T10 6 Robert Streb -10 -1 12 66 71 70 – 207
T10 6 Justin Rose -10 -1 10 71 68 68 – 207
T10 5 Padraig Harrington -10 E 9 72 69 65 – 206

While the British Open leaderboard is currently crowded with five co-leaders, Jordan Spieth remains just one shot behind. Spieth’s quest for history if he wins the British Open.

Adam Scott, Louis Oosthuizen, Zach Johnson, Padraig Harrington and Marc Leishman are currently at 13-under par.

Preview:

The British Open 2015 Championship Final Round is considered to be one of the most competitive majors this year as eleven golfers are just separated by three strokes. The Open is underway at St Andrews Old course as the players have a chance to win the title.

Jordan Spieth is seeking for his third major title in a row, just one shot behind the three co-leaders. Spieth had forgotten Round 2 which he weathered the storm but with EVEN-par result. Spieth was able to rally back in Round 3 by scoring 6-under-par, placing him to 11-under-par for the competition. The 21-year-old rising star would love to maintain his composure and attack the course in the Final Round of the British Open Championship.

While Spieth is looking for history with his three-consecutive majors, Paul Dunne is aiming to become the first amateur to win since 1930. Dunne is tied with Louis Oosthuizen and Jason Day at 12-under-par for the competition. Dunne finished a bogey free Round 3, hitting 4-under-par in the front nine and 2-under-par at the back nine. He may not have the experience to compete against the big names of golf but he will just have to enjoy the journey, who knows he might pull the victory.

Oosthuizen will also have a shot at the glory in the Open. He drilled in seven birdies with two bogeys in Round 3 to climb into the leaderboard. Of course, Jason Day will not be intimidated and he is ready to be part of the battle, pairing with Spieth.

Don’t count out Adam Scott in the British Open. With 9-under-par before the start of the Final Round, Scott knows how to win, using his experience. Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia are also at the helm of competing for the title, both at 9-under-par.

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