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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 – I really don't care who wins this championship (although Tom Watson would be fun to write) but I don't take pride in seeing someone melt before our eyes.
 

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 – Ross Fisher's caddie has 'Think it possible' stitched into his hat.  With his man two strokes clear of the field all of Turnberry is thinking the same thing.

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.

Defending champion Rick Rhoden held on Sunday to claim a record eighth victory at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship after Dan Quinns comeback attempt ended with a shot into the pond guarding the 18th hole.
After a week of bathing in the Fountain of Youth, Father Time finally caught up with Tom Watson.
Stewart Cink doesn't feel bad about ending Tom Watson's fairytale. Watson shouldn't feel bad either.
Two years. Two putts to get into a playoff. Two misses. Only this time Lee Westwood didnt know it.
Bo Van Pelt won for the first time on the PGA Tour with a birdie on the second hole of a sudden death playoff over John Mallinger on Sunday at the U.S. Bank Championship.
After Ross Fishers British Open title chances vanished with a quadruple bogey eight at Turnberry on Sunday, he was ready to go home and await his first child.
Sally Capehart learned first hand the dangers of attending a celebrity golf tournament.
Tom Watson squandered a chance to become golfs oldest major champion. The 59-year-old missed an 8-foot putt on the 72nd hole of the British Open, then lost a four-hole playoff to Stewart Cink.
Ever recall being so damn close to elation, and then suddenly so utterly deflated?
Stewart Cink doesn't feel bad about ending Tom Watson's fairytale. Watson shouldn't feel bad either.
Matteo Manassero shot a 1-under 69 in the final round of his British Open debut just six weeks after the 16-year-old Italian won the British Amateur.

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