ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) -- The Latest from the 144th British Open on the Old Course at St. Andrews (all times local):
For the first time since 1988, the British Open is finishing on a Monday.
It looks like another day for going low at the Old Course.
The morning starters are again playing under partly sunny skies with only a light breeze, setting up a repeat of Sunday's third round when the scoreboard was filled with red numbers. New Zealand's Ryan Fox posted a 5-under 67 playing in the first group. South African Branden Grace is 6 under through 13 holes.
Of course, all eyes are on Jordan Spieth, who's looking to pick up the third leg of the Grand Slam. He's one shot off the lead. Then there's Paul Dunne, positioned to be the first amateur champion since Bobby Jones in 1930. Dunne is tied for the top spot with Jason Day and Louis Oosthuizen.
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