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    Kiwi Ryan Fox believes the weather conditions will have the final say at the British golf Open in Northern Ireland

    Kiwi Ryan Fox believes the weather conditions will have the final say at the British golf Open in Northern Ireland


    J.B Holmes and Shane Lowry head into the third round with a one shot advantage at eight-under par for the tournament.

    Fox, who's tied for 58th at one-over, says if strong winds make an appearance, it'll be interesting.

    He says scoring will be tough over the weekend if it does blow and the forecast has been all over the place so it's hard to predict a score for the weekend.

    Ryan Fox is an early starter for his third round at 9:45pm.

    GOLF WITH CROWN FORKLIFTS. FOR NEAR NEW, EX-LEASE FORKLIFTS...JUST CALL CROWN.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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