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British Open boasts crowded leaderboard with some big names lurking

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - Think it's tough to read the greens at the British Open?

Try predicting the topsy-turvy leaderboard.

Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas - Nos. 1 and 2 in the world, respectively - missed the cut Friday, and No. 3 Justin Rose needed to make a putt on 18 to get in. Meanwhile, Bernhard Langer, who has been a mainstay since the 1980s, is happily sticking around.

"It just goes to show it's not easy," said Langer, 60, who shot even par Friday and is two over heading

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