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 Poll: Who Will Break Through the Bunched British Open Leaderboard?

Photo: AP Photo/Jon Super

Ireland's Paul Dunne gestures after a birdie on the 15th during the third round at the British Open Golf Championship at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland, Sunday, July 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Jon

It's been a wild weekend at the British Open so far, and with a Monday finish, the excitement isn't set to dial down just yet.

Inclement weather battered the Old Course at St. Andrews over the weekend, pushing play back a day and setting the stage for an interesting five days of golf. There's a three-way tie for the lead with amateur Paul Dunne, Jason Day and Louis Oosthuizen all at 12-under par. Grand Slam hopeful Jordan Spieth and Padraig Harrington are one and two shots off the lead respectively, and after that, the leaderboard bunches up with a nine-way tie for sixth, just three shots back of the leaders.

It's anyone's game on Monday. Who do you pick to break through the bunched up leaderboard to claim the Claret Jug?

Vote below!

Who do you think will win the Open?

 
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