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Tiger Woods is playing The Open for the first time in three years. Being back on a links course, and playing Carnoustie, has brought back some good feelings. Read More
Americans have left the world feeling red, white and mostly blue. But there's no shortage of European contenders at The Open. Read More
Go inside the most bizarre finish in major history as those involved, from the course to the TV booth, tell their stories from Jean Van de Velde's Carnoustie collapse. Read More
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"I didn’t use the word ‘yip’ at the time," he said. "Nobody wants to use that word, but I’m over it now so I can use it. The whole world saw it.”
Brooks Koepka prepared more for this year's Open Championship than last year's. He picked up his clubs three whole times.
Despite poor results in two previous Open Championships, Justin Thomas contends that he has what it takes to be a good links player.
A brave soul was willing to let Phil try his flop shot, but if you look closely, you can see the guy holding his ...
The narrative surrounding Patrick Reed used to be that he could play well in the Ryder Cup but not the majors. So much for that.
Dustin Johnson compares some of his major setbacks to Jean Van de Velde's collapse at Carnoustie in 1999.
Dustin Johnson comments on Carnoustie's finishing holes.
After losing his PGA Tour status at The Greenbrier, John Peterson snuck into this week's Barbasol Championship field as an alternate.
Dustin Johnson reviews his philosophy for the tee shots at Carnoustie for The 147th Open.
Patrick Reed explains his game plan heading into The Open and if it will change due to weather.
Patrick Reed gives his take on how much the US success in majors can carry over into the Ryder Cup.
Keeping a relaxed mindset has been integral to Patrick Reed's success during recent majors.
Patrick Reed explains how reps were all he needed to get better on links golf courses.

Images from Tuesday at Carnoustie, site of the 147th Open Championship.

Brooks Koepka describes how the site of his second US Open victory is similar to this week's stage in Scotland.
Frank Nobilo learns from the R&A assistant director of rules Shona McRae about the new and fairer rule regarding loose impediments in bunkers.
Tiger Woods has been effective this season hitting a 2-iron off many tees, reverting to a version of the stinger shot he made so popular.
Brooks Koepka compares Carnoustie to Shinnecock and reveals that crazy bounces and bad breaks are likely at The Open.

Brooks Koepka reveals how important his caddie is making decision on course.

Brooks Koepka explains how the dry conditions created thin rough that will allow him to use driver often at Carnoustie for The Open.

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