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Three share British Open lead as weather turns mild, golfers go wild

Three share British Open lead as weather turns mild, golfers go wild

While Jordan Spieth was playing himself into position for a historic final round, golf balls were flying into holes all around him in the British Open here Sunday. The tri-leaders were Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa, Jason Day of Australia and Paul Dunne of Ireland and the University of Alabama Birmingham. Oosthuizen and Day shot 67s and were at 204, which is 12 under par. They are seasoned pros and not surprising leaders. Oosthuizen won the last time they played the Open on the Old Course here, in 2010, and Day has been a frequent contender in majors. He has finished second in both the Masters and U.S. Open. Dunne is not a seasoned pro. He is not even a pro. He is a 22-year-old...

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