The Latest from the 144th British Open on the Old Course at St. Andrews (all times local):
There's another delay at the British Open.
Several dozen players returned to the course early Saturday morning to complete the second round after a rain delay of more than three hours the previous day.
But after only 32 minutes, play was halted again because of high winds.
Some players, including Jordan Spieth, are complaining that the R&A never should have re-started play in such blustery conditions. Spieth three-putted at his first hole of the day, the par-5 14th, for a par. Leader Dustin Johnson wound up making a bogey at that hole after being alongside the green in two shots.
Johnson dropped to 9 under, leaving him tied for the top spot with Danny Willett. Spieth is four back.