open lead

open lead

[′ō·pən ′lēd]
(navigation)
A navigable passage through ice or between rocks or shoals not covered with ice.
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PAUL DUNNE admits it feels "surreal" to make history by shooting 66 at St Andrews - and tie for The Open lead with 18 holes to play.
DUSTIN JOHNSON weathered the storm to cling on to his Open lead as wind and heavy rain caused chaos at St Andrews.
Daniel Brooks shrugged off a injury scare to keep a grip on the Scottish Open lead.
RISING STAR Lucas Glover moved into a share of the Open lead today
Or would allowing more and more bars to open lead to it becoming the kind of city that no one wants to see?
EAST LONDON: Branden Grace holed a 9-iron approach at the 18th hole to get within a shot of Brandon Pieters for the Africa Open lead after Thursday's partially completed first round.
STEPHEN GALLACHER hit a course-record round of 63 to claw himself to within four shots of the Welsh Open lead on Celtic Manor's Ryder Cup course.
SCOTLAND'S Richie Ramsay continued to battle for the Wales Open lead late into last night at Celtic Manor- but was facing a possible two-stroke penalty.
SINGAPORE: Angel Cabrera grabbed a stranglehold of the Singapore Open lead yesterday, the Argentine effortlessly moving six shots clear of the field halfway through his third round.
MICHAEL CAMPBELL took over the French Open lead yesterday despite hitting out of bounds twice during a topsy-turvy round, writes Steve Palmer.
Englishman Ross Fisher and South African Tim Clark posted five-under-par 68s to equal the course record and move into the overnight South African Airways Open lead.
THOMAS LEVET insists he can live with the dramatic down-change in gear that lost him the Open lead - and still come through as a winner today.

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