Johnson is steady in gusts
st. andrews, scotland — There was some argument about whether the second round of the British Open was a natural disaster or manmade, but one person didn’t care either way: the leader, Dustin Johnson. Nothing got to him, from an unfair start at 7 a.m. in gale-force winds that saw balls rolling around greens without being touched, to more than 10 hours of waiting around for the wind to die. Johnson kept his same habitual disposition through it all: sleepy-headed.
Johnson’s second round of 69, to lead by a stroke over Englishman Danny Willett at 10-under-par 134 on the ancient par-72 St. Andrews, was a two-day emotional siege. On Friday night his round was suspended by darkness after a