Open Championship 2015: Scottish 'hoolie' blows golfers off courseUpdated 2211 GMT (0611 HKT) July 18, 2015 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishOpen Championship leader Dustin Johnson talks with a rules official on the 15th green as play is suspended due to high winds early on Saturday morning. Hide Caption 1 of 7 Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishLouis Oosthuizen and Tiger Woods laugh as their balls move due to high winds on the 13th green before play is suspended during the second round at St. Andrews.Hide Caption 2 of 7 Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishWhen play finally resumed 10 hours later, former world No. 1 Woods completed a three-over 75 which meant he missed the cut at the British major for the second time in his career. Hide Caption 3 of 7 Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishJordan Spieth, seeking to match Ben Hogan's 1953 effort of winning the Masters, U.S. and British Opens in the same season, made a par 72.Hide Caption 4 of 7 Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishSpieth was tied for 14th at the halfway stage, five shots behind Johnson (left). Hide Caption 5 of 7 Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishJohnson was one of the players affected by the decision to resume play early Saturday despite the high winds, and dropped a shot which could prove costly come the end of the tournament.Hide Caption 6 of 7 Photos: Wind delays mean Monday finishPaul Lawrie, the 1999 Open champion, watches his ball move in the wind. The Scot was third, two behind Johnson and one adrift of England's Danny Willett.Hide Caption 7 of 7There was no rain in sight at St. Andrews on Saturday. Instead it was replaced by bright sunshine, and a half-day "hoolie."More from Sport - GolfLexi Thompson's 'weirdest round ever' helps Team USA retain Solheim CupThe secrets to winning golf's Solheim Cup82 days, 1,850 km, 14,000 shots: The world's longest hole of golfKyle Miller: Golfer with cerebral palsy plays PGA Tour-sanctioned eventJustin Thomas: 'I feel like the sky's the limit'