Matt Kuchar couldn't match Jordan Spieth's five-under finish over the closing five holes, and he remains without a major title. But on the bright, his family was there to surprise him afterward behind the 18th green.
Jordan Spieth widened his lead at the 146th British Open at Royal Birkdale, and he's just 18 holes away from claiming his third major title. Spieth and Matt Kuchar will face off in the final pairing Sunday in England, with the claret jug on the line.
Branden Grace, a 29-year-old South African, needed to get up and down from behind the green to shoot the first 62 in men's major championship history Saturday at the British Open at Royal Birkdale. Thirty-one 63s had been shot. Not one 62.
Jordan Spieth battled the trying conditions and shot a 69 on Friday at Royal Birkdale, good enough to give him the outright lead of the British Open heading into the weekend. Spieth leads Matt Kuchar by two strokes.
Jordan Spieth played a near-flawless, bogeyless first round at Royal Birkdale and shot a five-under 65 to share the early lead at the British Open. Spieth and Brooks Koepka anchor a leaderboard that boasts plenty of star power.
Jordan Spieth and Ian Poulter are in fine form, Justin Thomas's outfit has garnered more attention than his game and Mark O'Meara would like a mulligan after his opening tee shot. Here's everything you missed Thursday morning at the British Open.
The opening tee shot of any tournament might rattle the nerves of most players, but what about being the guy to lead off the entire tournament? That was Mark O'Meara's job Thursday at the British Open.