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Today in Golf

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Misty rain greeted the early tee times at St. Andrews – and at the Old Course early means 6:30 a.m. – but it didn’t seem to bother Marcel Siem.

Medalist John-Tyler Griffin advanced through the first round of match play in the U.S. Amateur Public Links on Wednesday.
John Rollins admits he would rather be at St. Andrews playing in the British Open this weekend.
Arnold Palmer gazed out the window from Russacks Hotel on Wednesday morning and felt the clock turn back a half century.
The locals are famous for saying that if its nae rain and nae wind then its nae golf. There was rain. And there was wind.
The locals are famous for saying that if its nae rain and nae wind then its nae golf. There was rain. And there was wind.
It will be a tall task to expect Tom Watson to once again provide one more thrill for the golf masses.
Stewart Cink finds himself in a similar spot as a year ago when he won the Open Championship.
Famous conquerors of the British Open were no match for a miserable day at the Old Course.


ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Building rain and strong winds have prompted officials to cancel the Champions Challenge at St. Andrews.

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Ladbrokes and Tom Watson both consider Tiger Woods the favorite here this week at the Open Championship. Not sure about too many other people though.

Players who miss the 16th green to the right at the British Open no longer risk going out-of-bounds.
Should we expect another Old-timers Day at St. Andrews?
Justin Rose expects a British golfer will contend for the British Open title this weekend at St. Andrews.

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Players standing on the 17th tee at the Old Course the past two days may have noticed something different than they had encountered earlier.

Georgia Techs John-Tyler Griffin, playing in his home state, secured medalist honors in the U.S. Amateur Public Links on Tuesday by shooting a 4-under 67.

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – The Tiger Woods stuff just will not die. He met with the media on Tuesday here at the Old Course, but it didn’t stop more questions the next day.

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – As Nick Watney, D.A. Points and Kenny Perry slogged their way up the 17th fairway on Wednesday at St.

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Five years may as well have been a lifetime ago for Justin Rose. At the 2005 Open Championship at St.