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News & Tours

Jordan Spieth drinks from the Claret Jug after all, courtesy of Zach Johnson

Jordan Spieth, despite tying for fourth, was able to drink from the Claret Jug after all, courtesy of British Open winner Zach Johnson. Johnson’s caddie, Damon Green, posted these photos, en route home from St....
Tuesday, 7/21/2015 at 9:14PM
Video

Canadian Open at Glen Abbey and one of Tiger's greatest shots: Could he hit it today?

The RBC Canadian Open returns to Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, this week, a good time to recall one of the greatest shots Tiger Woods ever hit. And to lament that at this...
Tuesday, 7/21/2015 at 7:43PM
Television

Brandel Chamblee: Pot bunkers, not putting, were Jordan Spieth's downfall

Those looking to explain Jordan Spieth’s failure to win the British Open might be looking in the wrong place, Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee suggested. Spieth in bunker at 17 in first round (Getty Images) “People...
Monday, 7/20/2015 at 6:24PM
Television

Did Zach Johnson's spikes threaten to derail his British Open bid? Maybe so, Azinger says

Soft spikes might have been among the least likely topics to emerge late in the telecast of the final round of the British Open on Monday. Zach Johnson after his par putt slides by at...
Monday, 7/20/2015 at 3:41PM
Television

Paul Azinger on Jordan Spieth: 'He is not afraid'

ESPN’s Paul Azinger said on Monday morning that Jordan Spieth, in his quest to win the British Open and complete the third leg of the Grand Slam, ‘is not afraid.’ (Getty Images) “He’s kind of...
Monday, 7/20/2015 at 8:23AM
Missing Links

Who is Paul Dunne? 'The best short game I've ever seen...He is just one of life's winners'

Stories of interest you might have missed… Who is Paul Dunne, the Irish amateur co-leading the British Open through three rounds? Brian Keogh of the Irish Golf Desk provides the answer, via Dunne's college coach...
Monday, 7/20/2015 at 7:52AM
Television

Azinger knows what he's talking about (unless he's talking about history)

It is hard to find fault with anything that ESPN has done in this, the most difficult of British Opens to televise, given the long days and short nights brought about by bad weather. Well,...
Sunday, 7/19/2015 at 2:57PM
Missing Links

'Tiger Woods is first star where ending feels almost like it's tarnishing the beginning'

Stories of interest you might have missed… Dan Steinberg in the Washington Post examines the Willie Mays-Tiger Woods comparisons. “My colleague Matt Bonesteel thinks it’s entirely inapt, that ‘Woods isn’t done at 39, because he...
Saturday, 7/18/2015 at 9:32AM
Television

Dottie Pepper: 'Golf played here for hundreds of yrs. What does it say about modern green speeds?'

There does seem a reluctance for television entities to pointedly criticize governing bodies, as Fox Sports demonstrated with its tempered analysis of Chambers Bay during the U.S. Open. That was not the case with ESPN...
Saturday, 7/18/2015 at 9:16AM
Media

ESPN's longest day: 13 hours later, sun simultaneously sets on Scotland, Tom Watson's British Open career

More than 13 hours later, the sun simultaneously (and appropriately) having set on Scotland and Tom Watson’s British Open career, ESPN called it a night. The second round was suspended because of darkness through which...
Friday, 7/17/2015 at 6:08PM
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