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How American 20-somethings have taken over golf

5:00 AM ET CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Up front, you should understand that American golfers have a built-in advantage over their counterparts from around the globe. The game is defined by its four major championships and three of them are staged on U.S. soil, a truth cited once or twice by South African legend Gary Player, the one non-American to win ...

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Spieth struggles to give back Claret Jug

11:06 AM ET CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Jordan Spieth knew he would be returning the Claret Jug to R&A officials on Monday at Carnoustie. He didn’t realize he would be part of a ceremony to do so. “The traditions of The Open are very special, even if you’re on the wrong end of th… www.espn.com – GOLF

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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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Harrington: Fiery Carnoustie evokes Hoylake in '06

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Justin Thomas took a familiar slash with his driver on the 18th tee on Monday at Carnoustie and watched anxiously as his golf ball bounced and bounded down the fairway. Unlike the two previous editions of The Open, at what is widely considered the rota’s most demanding test, a particularly warm and dry summer has left Carnoustie ...

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Jordan Spieth's search for the missing magic

7:37 AM ET Jordan Spieth, perhaps more than any current athlete, is a what behavioral scientists would classify as an external processor. When he wants to analyze a situation and determine precisely how he feels about something — for example, a poor shot he just hit on the golf course — it has to occur out loud. And so, Spieth ...

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