Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C
# Sick day
An unmissable day of golf awaits and here's your ticket for an afternoon on the couch
Make sure there’s enough ink in that printer.

ONLY THE SECOND Monday finish in Open history sees Irish amateur Paul Dunne hoping to pull off one of the greatest upsets ever while Pádraig Harrington is poised to challenge for his third Claret Jug.

Throw World number two Jordan Spieth, as well as a congested chasing pack, into the mix and you’ve got yourself a rather tasty Monday afternoon of sport.

Unfortunately a lot of us won’t have the luxury of kicking back on the couch for four hours of invariable drama but the tournament’s official Twitter account may just have come to the rescue.

That 24-hour flu can be fierce debilitating and the last thing you would want to do is infect the whole office.

The final round at St Andrews gets underway at 7.45am this morning but the final group, including Dunne and Louis Oosthuizen, don’t tee-off until 2.30pm.

Harrington will play alongside Australian Marc Leishman and his bid for a fourth Major begins at 2.10pm.

You’re not going to want to miss this so make sure there’s enough ink in that printer.

Paul Dunne felt ‘at home, comfortable’ while forcing his way in to Open Championship lead

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