Conditions continue to baffle pros at British Open
Pros are still talking about scoring conditions in the British Open at Muirfield.
Several pros were less than complimentary of the Muirfield layout after Thursday's first round of the British Open.
Early finishers on Friday -- like Sweden's Henrik Stenson -- began to trickle in after their rounds, and again, a major topic of conversation appeared to be the course's scoring conditions.
Henrik Stenson, after his 70: "Anybody who wants to see three-putts or four-putts, head down to 15."— Dan Jenkins (@danjenkinsgd) July 19, 2013
Henrik Stenson, laughing about a 300-yard shot: "Average 5-iron."— Dan Jenkins (@danjenkinsgd) July 19, 2013
Henrik Stenson, currently three off the lead: "I could be 10 back by the end of the day; I could be two back."— Dan Jenkins (@danjenkinsgd) July 19, 2013
Stenson was 2 under overall headed into the weekend after consecutive 70s.
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