British Open Leader Hits Hotel With Tee Shot on 17th (Video)
Want to Watch the Final Round of the British Open? Get Out of Work with This British Open Doctor’s Note (Pic)
If you’re a golf fan and you have to work today, you might be a little bummed that you’re missing out on golf history.
For just the second time in the 144-year history of the British Open, the champion will be crowned on a Monday. If that champion is Paul Dunne, who starts Round 4 at -12 with a share of the lead, it will be the first time an amateur has won a golf major since 1933. If that champion is Jordan Spieth, who starts Round 4 at -11, just one back of the lead, that’ll make three majors in a row for the American and set him up for a potential calendar Grand Slam at the PGA Championship next month.
Now, maybe you’re a big shot at work and can take off whenever you want. And if so, congratulations! However, if you’re not a big shot, you might be a little desperate. So hell, you might as well print out this British Open doctor’s note and give it a shot. I mean, you’re always complaining about how your boss is an idiot, right?
— The Open (@TheOpen) July 19, 2015
On the off chance that this doesn’t work…well, there’s always the ESPN leaderboard.