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Jordan Spieth hated returning the claret jug. But the 54-hole co-leader of The Open may get it right back - if he can hold off the likes of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. Read More
Of the top five players on the leaderboard, only Jordan Spieth has won a major. Then there’s the guy tied for sixth, who has 14 of them. Read More
After shooting a 66, Tiger Woods is eager to test himself in the pressure cooker of a Sunday in contention. Could a 15th major be in the offing? Read More

Today in Golf

2/3/05 -- Dudley Hart carded a 4-under-par 67 on Thursday to lead during the suspended first round of the FBR Open.
2/3/05 -- Minea Blomqvist from Finland began her 2005 season on the Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour in scintillating fashion with an opening 6-under-par 66.
2/3/05 -- New England coach Bill Belichick will go from the Super Bowl to the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, thanks to an invitation from the top.
2/3/05 -- More than three years after becoming the youngest player ever player to earn his PGA Tour card, 20-year-old Ty Tryon earned his first-ever professional win Thursday at The NGA/Hooters Tour Winter Series Event at The Legends Golf Club in Clermont, Florida.
2/3/05 -- Peter Lonard, Steve Webster and Trevor Immelman all posted rounds of 6-under-par 65 to share the lead.
2/3/05 -- Lee Westwood says he would like to see Nick Faldo as captain of Europe's team for the 2006 Ryder Cup but expects Ian Woosnam to get the job.
2/3/05 -- Six U.S. golfmanufacturers today announced that another blow has been struck against the illegal manufacture, distribution and sale of counterfeit golf equipment.
2/3/05 - Greg Norman strikes out this week on a year that will be extremely cluttered with golf tournaments.