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TURNBERRY, Scotland – Tom Watson makes a mess of the third playoff hole and all of Turnberry is in silence.
Do they not realize he's not Scottish.
TURNBERRY, Scotland –This is painful to watch. I at least wanted to see a fair fight.
I looks like a funeral right now with 25,000 of Tom Watson's closest friends in attendance.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Good to see Justin Leonard and Tom Lehman in the gallery supporting their fellow Americans.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – The one thing that plagued Tom Watson for much of his career was the one thing that disappointed him most when he needed it on the 72nd hole of the Open Championship.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Hate to even mention this, but with three players tied at 3 under par we've just heard from Open officials the four-hole playoff will be played on Nos.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – One American journalist confessed he may cry if Tom Watson won the Open Championship. Another slighty more grizzled U.S. scribe was not so sentimental.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – How cool is Tom Watson's bid at history?
Tom Lehman, who completed his final round, headed back out into the cold wind to watch a potential historic day.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Thanks to Ross Fisher's 8 at No. 5, Tom Watson is back on top at Turnberry, tied with someone named Chris Wood.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Took hardly nine minutes, and a pair of bold birdies by Ross Fisher, for Tom Watson to slip from lead.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Englishman Chris Wood made eagle on the seventh and birdie on the eighth to sit at 1 under for the tournament and jump into contention.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Tom Watson is off the first tee here chasing his sixth British Open title.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – Scot Paul Lawrie made an albatross-3 on the par-5 seventh hole on Sunday that was, all things considered, the highlight of the week for the home side.
TURNBERRY, Scotland – It wasn’t exactly Camelot, but it was as close as golf gets, and on Sunday it ended.