Louis Oosthuizen claimed some of the pin positions for the third round of The Open were 'very questionable' after clinging onto his lead ahead of the final day at Royal St George's.
The South African preserved a one shot lead over Collin Morikawa ahead of Sunday's final round despite a mid-round stutter on Saturday as he finished with a respectable 69 to sit on -12 overall.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
With clear blues skies and little breeze in Kent on the Saturday, the R&A introduced a series of far tougher pin positions to make sure scores did not get out of control.
Louis Oostuizen claimed pin positions were 'very questionable' for third round of The Open
And after 38-year-old hit a few 'poor swings' that cost him shots at the 11th and 13th before eventually holding on to his lead, Oosthuizen was ready to question the change in positions by the R&A.
'I think the R&A weren't happy with the low