Due to many weather delays, the 2015 British Open will finish with its final round on Monday for the second-time ever.

Of the four majors, the British Open is by far the riskiest. Wind, rain and the changing weather conditions produce a very unpredictable golf tournament for the best in the world.

One moment they can be in their classic polo, the next a heavy-duty poncho.

The 2015 British Open will now finish on Monday, not Sunday due to weather delays.

Playing conditions proved to be just too much.

This marks the second-time in history that the Open Championship will crown a winner on Monday:

As far as the leaderboard is concerned, Dustin Johnson and Danny Willet are still looking down at everyone else with a -9. Jordan Spieth continues to lurk just four-shots behind.

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