The British Open Leaderboard, TV Schedule: Marc Leizman at 8-under-par for Round 3

Australian Marc Leishman seized the day with his 8-under-par performance that makes him at 9-under for the tournament. His touch started to work well by hitting birdies in the fourth, fifth, seventh and eight holes. He followed with an outstanding display of poise at the back nine by putting birdies on 10th, 11th, 13th and 15 holes.

The British Open Championship resumes on Sunday after a tumultuous Round two that frustrated players and tournament officials brought about by the bad weather. Jordan Spieth was one of those golfers who battled the 40 mph winds and a 10 1/2 hour delay just to complete Round 2. Because of the delays, the British Open will end on Monday since 1988.

All eyes were on the 21-year-old winner of the British Open and US Open Saturday as he weathered the delays and winds. He finished Round 2 at even-72, and he was 5-under for the tournament. Spieth will tee off at 8:30 AM Sunday.

On Saturday morning, he took a full swing with his putter after a three-putt on his first hole. And the TV mic picked up his criticism of the R&A’s decision to send players out in 40 mph winds: “We never should have started,” he said.
His point was valid and he has the same opinion with everyplayer because some played more holes before the R&A suspended play after 32 minutes.
“I don’t believe that had the R&A known what was going to happen, they certainly wouldn’t have started us,” Spieth said afterward. “The only thing they were able to go off of was what the officials themselves saw when they were out there before we even got out to the golf course.”

Meanwhile, Dustin Johnson was focused on winning the British Open 2015. Despite of the weather, he still finished 3-under-69 to be on top of the leaderboard after the second round. He managed to be at 3-under-par in the first nine holes and kept his composure at the back nine. Danny Willet is at 9-under-par and he is paired with Johnson in the Third Round.

For the third time in the last four majors, Tiger Woods missed the cut. The British Open Championship 2015 Live Stream Online is on WATCHESPN.COM. TV coverage is on ESPN and Radio broadcast is on ESPNRadio. who will be on top of the leaderboard after Round 3?

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