Teeing up the British Open at St. Andrews





Teeing up the British Open at St. Andrews
What: Third of golf’s four major men’s tournaments. When: Thursday-July 18. Where: The Old Course at St. Andrews, Scotland, par 72, 7,305 yards. Defending champion: Stewart Cink.
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Woods’ 1st win would make him 1st to win 3 at St. Andrews
Can become only golfer to win three British Opens at the Old Course Current tribulations momentarily swept aside, Tiger Woods couldn’t resist a smile upon recalling his first encounter with the Old Course.
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CASEY WANTS TO MAKE UP FOR LOST TIME
It says everything about how strong European golf is going into this week’s Open Championship that Paul Casey, the world number 10, talks of not wanting to be left behind.
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Rose finally ready to chug from Jug
If not Tiger Woods, then who? Sure, Woods winning British Opens at St. Andrews has become as much a fabric of the Open Championship as the ever-changing weather and spectators consuming many pints of beer. But based on the way Woods has struggled this year since his life unraveled following…
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