You hear about a propitious breaks and bounces in golf during The Open Championship some-more than any other major. Two players might strike dual equally bad shots and finish adult in totally opposite positions. We see it regularly opposite all tours, though during The Open, where we never know what kind of junk a careless round is drifting into, you’re truly during a forgiveness of a golf gods, if we trust in that kind of thing.
On Friday, Brooks Koepka’s misfortune shot of a day usually dodged a gorse brush that would have been genocide and finished adult in some trampled-down grain that authorised him to put a full pitch on a ball. No harm. Justin Thomas strike an awful shot into a junk, and took 3 hacks to get it out, scarcely mislaid his club, eventually mislaid his ball, done a 9, and missed a cut.
On Saturday, Dustin Johnson’s misfortune pitch of a week finished adult with a luckiest mangle of a championship so far. DJ’s round during a brief par-4 5th was so distant left that it indeed flew past all a inserted muck, slammed into a grandstand, and bounced ideally onto a green. Johnson is a longest hitter in a world, so going for a immature was a excellent and correct play, though a wrench that bad customarily gets penalized. A good rebound off a grandstands isn’t a kind of golf fitness inland usually to links golf, though DJ will take it right now.
The universe No. 1 two-putted from there for birdie and is 3-under by his initial 5 holes. He’s changed 24 spots adult a leaderboard and is now tied for 11th.