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News & Tours

McIlroy struggles, but stays in the hunt in first round

SANDWICH, England -- He was greeted like a conquering hero on the first tee, yet Rory McIlroy was already distracted. It was his first tournament since his win at the U.S. Open three weeks...
Thursday, 7/14/2011 at 10:35AM
News & Tours

Curtis can't rekindle the magic of 2003 on Day 1

SANDWICH, England -- Ben Curtis refused to be sentimental in his first trip around Royal St. George's since his Open Championship victory here in 2003. Then again, the quality of his golf game didn't...
Thursday, 7/14/2011 at 10:13AM
News & Tours

Spurred by ace, Johnson rallies from difficult start

SANDWICH, England -- Through 13 holes of the British Open Thursday morning, Dustin's Johnson's golf matched the way he was feeling: not very good. But the long-hitting American, bothered by a sore throat and swollen glands,...
Thursday, 7/14/2011 at 9:55AM
News & Tours

Calcavecchia embraces early start en route to 69

SANDWICH, England -- Mark Calcavecchia would like to thank R&A chief executive Peter Dawson for being a good listener. When the 1989 British Open champion was in one of the first groups off the tee...
Thursday, 7/14/2011 at 7:56AM
British Open

Thursday's Birdies And Bogeys

Who were the winners and losers on Thursday of the Open Championship? Let's take a closer look with another edition of birdies and bogeys
July 14, 2011
News & Tours

Royal St. George's emphasizes the chess match of links golf

SANDWICH, England -- Going into this 140th Open Championship, the common view amongst the 156-strong field seems to be that the Royal St. George's course is close to perfection, both in its conditioning and its...
Wednesday, 7/13/2011 at 11:14AM
News & Tours

How valuable is a major championship?

SANDWICH, England -- Can a golfer be considered great if he hasn't won a major championship? Are there figurative asterisks on all those victories in regular tournaments, Ryder Cup heroics, hefty bank accounts and worldwide...
Tuesday, 7/12/2011 at 2:44PM
Golf Tours & News / Ogilvy

Ogilvy: Pros May Take A While To 'Warm' To Royal St. George's Many Quirks

Some players don't like Royal St. George's. Geoff Ogilvy isn't one of them
July 11, 2011
Magazines / Editors' Blog

As Luke goes blue, a Taipai reader pays tribute to Seve

Luke Donald announced today that he'll wear all-blue as a tribute to the late Seve Ballesteros. We've received many admiring letters since Seve's death, but this thoughtful note got our attention. It's from a reader...
Friday, 5/13/2011 at 6:54PM
News & Tours

In case you missed him, Fowler closes with a 67

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- Even with the most dynamic wardrobe this side of John Daly, Rickie Fowler has gone mostly unnoticed at St. Andrews, and for good reason: when he opened with a 79 in...
Sunday, 7/18/2010 at 10:37AM
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