Open Championship Ball Count: Titleist – 85, Nearest Competitor – 21
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The world’s best golfers converge this week upon the city of Liverpool, a city best known for being home to the Open Championship every so often.
Oh, and some rock-and-roll band, too.
We’ve heard this a million times, because it’s become a go-to phrase for every top-tier professional golfer in the world.
They all want to peak four times per year.
They say fame is fleeting and while that is certainly true, it can be even more fleeting when it is derived from the title of “world’s hottest golfer,” which can only be separated by a comma from
Sixteen years ago, a fresh-faced 17-year-old named Justin Rose burst into mainstream consciousness when he holed out from the rough to conclude a T-4 result at his first-ever Open Championship app
Rickie Fowler seems to have unlocked a secret to accomplishing what so many of the world’s elite players try to accomplish each year: Peaking for the major championships.
Going into the third round of the Scottish Open, Phil Mickelson liked his position to make a move toward the leaders.
Rory McIlroy is probably wishing he could jump from Thursdays straight to Saturdays.
Prior to the opening round of the Scottish Open, defending champion Phil Mickelson maintained that he wanted to see true Scottish conditions, with blustery winds and horizontal rain.
Apparently, there is no such thing as “TGIF” for Rory McIlroy.
There are very few definitive statements ever made in opening-round journeys on the golf course, and even fewer made in the opening round of a tournament which is essentially viewed as a preview t
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