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Fri, 20 Jul 2018 20:13:00 GMT
Kevin Kisner and Zach Johnson share the 36-hole lead at Carnoustie, but there are plenty of storylines and challengers heading into the final two rounds.
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:17:43 GMT
Tiger started with a solid par at the first hole, but things got a little dicey on the second hole. As you'll see, Tiger went for the dramatic, big-time hook—despite Golf Channel's Justin Leonard urging him not to go for it. Turns out, Leonard might've been right.
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 17:35:00 GMT
A golf bag with President Trump’s name on it is about to be loaded on to Air Force One at Glasglow Prestwick Airport in Scotland on Sunday. (Jeff Mason/Reuters) President Trump did something unusual last weekend. It was not that he played golf on both days; he has done that on 31 of the 78 weekends he has been in office, by our count. It was he admitted he was playing golf. Trump was in Scotland, spending a few days at the Trump Organization property at Turnberry in between meetings with allies and adversaries from NATO and Russia. That trip, he said, would include a bit of golf, his “primary form of exercise.” Trump usually masks how much he plays golf. Then-press secretary Sean Spicer claimed Trump’s
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 20:11:29 GMT
If Rory McIlroy had any lingering doubts over the free-wheeling, all-or-nothing golf he had vowed to detonate on Carnoustie’s tees, they were all but erased on the third of 18 erratic but encouraging opening-round holes. Standing 350 yards from the green, McIlroy dipped into his bag and, to the sound of cheers, withdrew his driver as if he was unsheathing a sword of war. McIlroy was not to be cowed yesterday, by the course or by his critics.
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 17:56:27 GMT
“Aye, I wasn’t going to miss Tiger,” MacPhail, from nearby Monifieth, said. Woods then botched his birdie putt and you remembered that this was the World No 71 without a major win in ten years or a tournament title in five. “It's fantastic to have the support we've had,” Woods said.
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 01:01:38 GMT
NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Brittany Lincicome has a huge hole to climb out of if she hopes to make golf history. Lincicome shot a 6-over 78 in the first round of the Barbasol Championship on Thursday, leaving the LPGA Tour pro's goal of making the cut likely out of reach. Lincicome was hoping to become the second woman to make the cut in a men's event and the first since Babe Zaharias in 1945. She's the first woman to get a PGA Tour start since Michelle Wie a decade ago. Troy Merritt surged to the first-round lead with a 10-under 62, equaling the course record on the Champion Trace course at Keene Trace Golf Club, which is hosting the event for the first time. However, much of Thursday's attention
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 16:08:59 GMT
Forgoing the driving range or the putting green following his round, Tiger Woods instead was headed for the gym late Friday afternoon. Although Woods appeared relatively content -- a second straight 71 gave him consecutive scores of par or better to open a major championship for the first time in five years -- surely there was some angst over a missed birdie putt at the last hole or the two early bogeys that put him in catch-up mode for most of a rainy day at The Open. Rory McIlroy has found a peaceful balance at The Open, comfortably oscillating between patience and risk-taking to get in position for another major title. Woods didn't say so, but getting the poor end of the starting time draw undoubtedly did not sit well, either, a rub-of-the-green scenario that did not favor him this time: the toughest conditions on Thursday and rain throughout his round on Friday.
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 06:10:43 GMT
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) — Sandy Lyle of Scotland sent a mid-iron rolling along the crusty turf of Carnoustie to start the 147th playing of the British Open. Lyle was chosen to hit the opening tee shot Thursday morning under a gray sky off the North Sea. He won the Open in 1985. Also in the opening group was two-time major champion Martin Kaymer and Andy Sullivan. They faced a course that was more yellow than green because of the unusually dry summer in Scotland. Carnoustie has been called "Car-Nasty" in recent Opens because it is considered the toughest links in the Open rotation. This year's championship was more of a mystery going into the first round. Fast conditions are difficult, but being
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 14:23:02 GMT
Sports Pulse: USA TODAY Sports' Steve DiMeglio discusses the upcoming tournament and why it will present many obstacles for the golfers. After a top-five finish earlier this month at the Quicken Loans National, Tiger Woods is back on the course this week looking for his first major championship victory since the 2008 U.S. Open. The 14-time major champion is competing in golf's third major, The Open Championship, this week at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. Tiger last played The Open in 2015, missing the cut and finishing 137th. His career at Carnoustie includes a T47 at the 1995 Scottish Open, he missed the cut the following year, then finished T7 at the 1999 Open Championship and T12 at the
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 06:05:42 GMT
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) — As if Carnoustie wasn't enough of a challenge, players now get to face wet conditions in the British Open. A light rain fell overnight, and Brandt Snedeker put on rain gear as he coped with a light drizzle Friday morning to start the second round. The amount of rain was not expected to take away the fiery conditions of Carnoustie. Kevin Kisner played in the afternoon, unsure if the 5-under 66 he posted for the 18-hole lead would still be the score to chase by the end of the day. Among those with an early start was Rory McIlroy, who was three shots behind, and Tiger Woods, who opened with an even-par 71. Five shots is the closest Woods has been to the lead after the

 

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