ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Jason Day is tied for the lead after 54 holes of a major.
Been there before.
Yet, unlike at last month's U.S. Open, Day is feeling good about his chances heading into the final round as he looks to win his first major title at the British Open.
A month ago, the Australian managed to haul his weary body into the final pairing at Chambers Bay despite collapsing because of vertigo in the second round and suffering bouts of dizziness in the third. He faded out of contention and closed with a 74.
It's a new Day at St. Andrews. Fit and in full control of his body, he was bogey-free Sunday in a 5-under 67 that put him tied with South Africa's...