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The Open Championship: Preview And Tips

The 147th edition of the British Open Championship is nearly here, bringing with it the promise of high drama, world class talent and perhaps, a new Major Champion. Preview Nestled in the Eastern district of Angus in Scotland, Carnoustie is as far removed from the subtropical climates of Florida and Georgia as it gets. So many of the world’s top …

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Golf-From Rory’s Collapse To Chambers Bay: Ranking The 10 Most Memorable Majors From The Past Decade

For primarily the wrong reasons, Sunday will live long in the memories of golf fans. The USGA’s farcical response to the penalty-that-wasn’t ruined what was becoming a great major. Chambers Bay last year ended in similarly controversial circumstances as what could loosely be described as greens took centre stage instead of the competitors. But what are the 10 most memorable …

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Willett Be The First Of Many Major Wins For Danny?

Danny Willett upset defending champion Spieth to become only second English golfer to win the Masters in 80 years. Congratulations to Daniel John Willett, 28 years old from Rotherham. No, he’s not the latest lottery winner (although he is considerably richer for his efforts), ‘Danny’ is England’s latest big sporting success story. Less than four years since his maiden professional …

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The Old Course At St Andrews

Have you ever wondered why The Open Championship continues to return to the most iconic golf course in the world? For the 29th time, The Old Course at St Andrews will host the oldest Major in professional golf. Since 1860, The Open Championship has thrilled the golfing world; however playing this Major at The Old Course adds that touch of …

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The Open Championship Betting Preview & Tips

Jordan Spieth stands on the cusp of history. Can he win The Open Championship? “Once you start feeling invincible, something bad inevitably happens. Golf is tough like that. Life is tough like that.” – Eddie Pepperell The home of golf at St. Andrews (the Old Course) hosts the 144th Open Championship, having most recently done so back in 2010. A par …

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Finally, The Open Championship is Here

After many weeks of waiting, The Open Championship is finally here. The golfing world is ready to see the top players tee it up on the famous and historic Old Course at St. Andrews. Steeped in tradition, it is second behind The Masters as the Major to win. We never tire from watching professional golfers slay or get slain in …

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Snubbing The Scottish Open

The Scottish Open is traditionally the warm up match for many North American professional golfers. With less than a week until The Open Championship, the world’s best golfers are acclimating themselves to a different style of golf that only the Scottish countryside can offer. At least, some of the world’s best. With Rory McIlroy sidelined with an unfortunate injury, many …

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G-Mac To Win The Open Championship In 2015

The 2015 Open Championship is returning to the home of golf. St. Andrews will once again host this prestigious event as golfers from around the world compete for the Claret Jug. This year, an unlikely winner will be holding the famous trophy on late Sunday afternoon. Graeme McDowell, affectionately known as G-Mac, will slay all challengers at The Open to claim his …

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Rory McIlroy – The Fruits of Family Labour

Sunday’s historic win at the Open Championship signalled the return of Rory McIlroy to golf’s grandest stage, writes Brian Darcy. When Gerry McIlroy shifted through the annals of golfing glory in his own seasoned days with an iron, he could have scarcely imagined his “wee Rory” would turn out quite the dapper with his own set of clubs. From an …

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HITM: Padraig Harrington Wins Open Championship

In 2007 Padraig Harrington claimed his first Claret Jug by beating Spain’s Sergio Garcia in a gripping four-hole playoff at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. By achieving this Harrington became the first winner of the Open Championship from the Republic of Ireland. The Dubliner had been a shining light for Irish golf since turning professional in 1996. In that time …

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Rory McIlroy To Raise the Claret Jug

The Open Championship is finally here! Play at the Royal Liverpool starts in three days. It will be very difficult for the pundits to contain themselves before the first three pros tee it up on Thursday. This is the 12th time that Royal Liverpool has hosted the Open Championship in its 143 year history. Each time The Open Championship comes to …

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Rory McIlroy To Win Back To Back Golf Opens!

As the weekend approaches, Rory McIlroy will seek to get his golf year back underway at the Scottish Open as The Grateful Golfer offers a charming view of the opposition. The Scottish Open golf tournament is growing in importance for professional golfers on the global stage.  Always a European favourite, this tournament is the last opportunity to play competitive golf …

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