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Rory McIlroy has been here before, these times when he's not dominating the golf world. But while others may panic, he knows the tide will turn. Read More
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Remember golf's new Big 3? And then golf's emerging Big 4? It was all nonsense. So why don't we just ditch Big business altogether? Read More
Winning your first major title at age 40 is reason to relax. But not for Henrik Stenson. His drive is greater than ever to win more. Read More
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Today in Golf

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Throughout his career, Jason Day has held to the theory that luck favors the prepared, particularly at major championships.
At the 146th Open, Jason Day revealed he has been talking to Tiger Woods about his putting stroke.
Jason Day answers a question about his pace of play at the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
After a few weeks of trial and error, McIlroy said on Wednesday at The Open that he has settled on a putter to use at this week’s Open Championship.
Jason Day answers a question about the new internal out of bounds at Royal Birkdale for the 146th Open.
Perhaps the most telling indication of the state of Rory McIlroy’s game these days are his betting odds for this week’s Open Championship.
Jason Day breaks down why his results in 2017 have not measured up to previous seasons.
Dustin Johnson tells Steve Burkowski that he is prepped and ready for the test at Royal Birkdale.
The R&A had its annual eve of The Open news conference Wednesday at Royal Birkdale and chief executive Martin Slumbers commented on numerous topics.
Jim "Bones" Mackay thinks reading greens is an underrated art at Open venues.

Jim "Bones" Mackay recalls how Phil Mickelson surprised him by winning when Lefty didn't have his best stuff.

Jim "Bones" Mackay thinks Royal Birkdale is set up perfectly for Phil Mickelson's game.
Jim "Bones" Mackay is excited to be an on-course reporter for Golf Channel and NBC Sports at The Open.
World Golf Hall of Fame member Ken Schofield reflects on the rise of Alex Noren inside the top 10 in the world rankings.
World Golf Hall of Fame member Ken Schofield reflects on the career of defending Open champion Henrik Stenson.
1998 Open champion Mark O'Meara looks forward to hitting the first tee shot on Thursday at the 146th Open.
1998 Open champion Mark O'Meara says keeping the ball in play is a must to prevail at Royal Birkdale.
1998 Open champion Mark O'Meara says patience is the key quality a player must have to win The Open.
Mark O'Meara reflects on his 1998 Open victory at Royal Birkdale.
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R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers has marveled at Tiger Woods' accomplishments, but he knows the game moves on with or without him.

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