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Wind, Consistent Rain Expected at St. Andrews in Final Round

Grand Slam in Play After Jordan Spieth's Sunday Surge
The Spieth Slam watch is in full effect after Jordan Spieth fired a third-round 66 to get within one of the lead through 54 holes at the 2015 Open Championship.

With just 18 holes left in the British Open, players will likely have to battle the elements at St. Andrews for at least another day. More rain is expected to fall consistently throughout Monday’s final round.

According to The Weather Channel, showers are expected to begin during the late morning and continue throughout much of the rest of the day, with temperatures in the high-50s and low-60s. That would make it the coldest (and possibly the wettest) day of the tournament thus far.

Winds are expected between 15 and 20 mph throughout most of the day as well, peaking with gusts over 25 mph. With the leaders teeing off at 2:30 p.m. local time, it is likely they will see rainy, windy conditions for much of their round.


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