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Tiger: This is my best shot to win another major

Tiger Woods, once a dead-bang certainty to pass Jack Nicklaus’s record of 18 majors, has been stuck on 14 for a decade now. And while it’s entirely possible — even likely — that he’ll finish his career right there, Woods still believes that he’s got a major victory or two ahead of him … and that the British Open offers ...

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The best Amazon Prime Day deals for golfers

Prime Day is officially here, an international day of online deals, discounts and two-day shipping. As long as you are an Amazon Prime member, you can participate. If not, snag a free trial to see what all the fuss is about. Expect sales through Tuesday on home and golf tech, apparel, accessories, training aids and more. We scoured the sales ...

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British Open 2018: Ian Woosnam pitches blowing up the Old Course and other radical ideas to the R&A

Ian Woosnam isn’t playing in the Open Championship at Carnoustie. At 60, next week’s Senior British Open at St. Andrews is more the wee Welshman’s speed these days. But that doesn’t mean the 1991 Masters champion hasn’t got things to say about the state of the game and the world’s oldest event. With 29 European Tour wins, 17 World Cup ...

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Tiger: Carnoustie 'most difficult' Open course

8:37 PM GMT CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — An unusually warm and dry British summer has Carnoustie hard and fast and Tiger Woods channeling a bit of 2000 St. Andrews and 2006 Royal Liverpool in assessing the course in advance of The Open. Those instances account for two of his three Open victories, where in both cases the courses were quite dry ...

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The Open course earning its 'nasty' nickname

View photos Tommy Fleetwood practicing during preview day one of The Open Championship 2018 at Carnoustie Golf Links, Angus, Britain, Sunday, July 15, 2018. (Richard Sellers/PA via AP) More CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) — Jon Rahm had heard about a dry summer in Scotland. It didn’t really hit home until he checked into the Carnoustie Golf Hotel and caught his first ...

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Carnoustie presents a fast, brown look for British Open

Doug Ferguson, Ap Golf Writer Updated 1:45 pm PDT, Sunday, July 15, 2018 CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) — Jon Rahm had heard about a dry summer in Scotland. It didn’t really hit home until he checked into the Carnoustie Golf Hotel and caught his first glimpse of the course with a reputation as the toughest links in golf. “I forgot the fact ...

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