Open Championship Ball Count: Titleist – 85, Nearest Competitor – 21
Davis is a golf historian who appears regularly on Golf Channel providing historical perspective.
The history of the Ryder Cup is a fascinating journey – a real metamorphosis if you will &ndash
One of the enduring verities in golf – an ultimate truth, if you will – is that greatness is defined by wins in major championships.
Golf is fortunate to have great venues for the Opens – St. Andrews, Muirfield and Carnoustie in Great Britain; Merion, Pebble Beach, Winged Foot and Oakmont in the United States.
The story of golf at Olympic is a tale of two Opens – two of the very best U.S. Opens ever played.
It was called the “shot heard ‘round the world.”
Rory wins 3rd major, British | Glance | Scores
Woods 'encouraged' despite finish | Tracker
Rory, 25, stands with Tiger, Jack | No. 2 OWGR
McIlroy eyes Grand Slam at Augusta | PGA favorite
Fowler's third top-5 in '14 majors | Confident Phil
Olympic rankings: Scott No. 1 | Lewis leads ladies
GR: Rory celebrates; Queen parody; Levine's plug
Fowler, Furyk Ryder locks | 4 big Euros not in
Garcia stays positive | Another top 5 for Scott
Rory extends dominant major streak | Dad's bet
After Further Review: Filling Tiger void | Stat attack!
Cpt. Watson beats Tiger by 5 | Open tracker
Ko wins Marathon, tops $1 million | Scores
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