July

  • Ian Poulter in contention at Royal Birkdale

    Written by Kevin Brown on Friday, 21 July 2017

    Ian Poulter is just three-shots back and is firmly in contention during the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.  It's been a season of ups and downs, but ever since it became clear Poulter had regained his tour card, he has shown that he has re-discovered his fire and confidence in his game. Today was no different. Given that he is only in...

  • Spieth holds two-shot lead at The Open

    Written by Camilla Tait on Friday, 21 July 2017

    Jordan Spieth followed his first round 65 with a 69 to tie the lowest ever 36-hole score in an Open at Royal Birkdale The majority of the field struggled in Friday’s tough conditions, but Jordan Spieth prevailed in the wind and rain to gain a two-shot advantage over the rest of The Open field at the midway stage. Just nine players remain...

  • The Open Day 2: How the British & Irish players fared

    Written by Michael Catling on Friday, 21 July 2017

    Rory McIlroy stormed into contention on day two of the Open Championship to ignite his hopes of a fifth Major title and a first victory in 10 months at a windy and wet Royal Birkdale. McIlroy, 27, was 400/1 to win with some bookmakers after bogeying five of his first six holes yesterday, but he played the same holes in eight...

  • Mark O'Meara signs off at his final Open

    Written by Kevin Brown on Friday, 21 July 2017

    American veteran Mark O'Meara completed his emotional final walk up the 18th hole of an Open championship, and signed his final score-card at Royal Birkdale.  Although the 60-year-old failed to make the cut, he still completed the first two rounds of his 31st Open Championship at the scene of his memorable 1998 triumph - a place that could not have been...

  • Paul Waring blog round two: The inside story of The Open at Royal Birkdale

    Friday, 21 July 2017

    Open Diary Round 2: England's Paul Waring reveals what it's like to play in the second round of The Open in tougher conditions TG Exclusive: We've teamed up with English professional golfer Paul Waring this week as he gives us daily updates on what it's like to be playing at Royal Birkdale this week in the 146th Open.  About Paul: The former...

  • Paul Waring blog round one: The inside story of The Open at Royal Birkdale

    Thursday, 20 July 2017

    Open Diary Round 1: England's Paul Waring reveals what it's like to play in the first round of The Open   TG Exclusive: We've teamed up with English professional golfer Paul Waring this week as he gives us daily updates on what it's like to be playing at Royal Birkdale this week in the 146th Open.  About Paul: The former English Amateur...

  • The Open Day 1: How the British & Irish players fared

    Written by Michael Catling on Thursday, 20 July 2017

    Rory McIlroy recovered from a disastrous start to stay within touching distance of the leaders on a dramatic first day of the 2017 Open at Royal Birkdale. The world No.4, who has missed three cuts in his last four events, had urged fans to “bet on him” to win this week, but one spectator had already torn his betting strip in...

  • Spieth, Koepka & Kuchar share lead on day one at The Open

    Written by Camilla Tait on Thursday, 20 July 2017

    American trio Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar hold a share of the lead on day one, carding the first 65’s during an Open at Royal Birkdale since 1998. Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka were among those to start in the cold and windy conditions during the first morning of the 146th Open, but despite having the harder side of...

  • Jordan Spieth on his 65: "I'd call it a top five major round"

    Written by Camilla Tait on Thursday, 20 July 2017

    Jordan Spieth had an opening round of 65 to set the early clubhouse lead with Brooks Kopeka at five-under-par, and said it was one of his top five major rounds.  In fact, of the five Open's the 23-year-old has played it was actually one of Spieth's best ever rounds - equalling the 5-under 67 he shot during the opening round at...

  • Picking the Open winner is anybody's guess

    Written by Kevin Brown on Thursday, 20 July 2017

    It’s got to be the most open of Opens of them all and that’s all 146 of them. Trying to predict the winner at Birkdale this week is something of a hazardous, many would say impossible task. No wonder the bookies, not exactly known for their generosity, are offering to pay out for the top eight, or ten players even. In...

  • Open 2017: Latest Updates

    Written by Kevin Brown on Thursday, 20 July 2017

    We're bringing you all the latest headline news from day two of The Open 5pm update: Horrific conditions come in, but Richard Bland gains share of lead as Koepka drops back While Justin Thomas was carding a quadruple-bogey nine on the par-four sixth after taking five shots to get out of the rough, Richard Bland was ignoring the torrential downpours and wind...

  • Paul Waring Blog Day 3: The inside story of The Open at Royal Birkdale

    Written by Paul Waring on Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    Open diary Day 3: England's Paul Waring reveals what it's like to play in The Open   TG Exclusive: We've teamed up with English professional golfer Paul Waring this week as he gives us daily updates on what it's like to be playing at Royal Birkdale this week in the 146th Open.  About Paul: The former English Amateur champion has been plagued...

  • R&A stops players using short-cut on 9th at Royal Birkdale

    Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    The R&A have issued a new local rule which stops players from using a short-cut from the 9th tee to 10th fairway this week due to safety reasons.  Some players found a more efficient alternative route during Monday's practice round, but there will be no short-cuts on the 9th hole at Royal Birkdale at the 146th Open this week. The R&A’s chief...

  • US PGA Championship to move to BBC

    Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    According to a report in the guardian, the BBC have secured rights to the US PGA Championship at Quail Hollow in a deal to be announced soon. Last week, Ewan Murray revealed that Sky Sports had lost live rights to the final major of the year - only a year after they became the first broadcaster to host all four major...

  • Paul Waring Blog: The inside story of The Open at Royal Birkdale

    Written by Kevin Brown on Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    Open diary Day 2: England's Paul Waring reveals what it's like to play in The Open   TG Exclusive: We've teamed up with English professional golfer Paul Waring this week as he gives us daily updates on what it's like to be playing at Royal Birkdale this week in the 146th Open.  About Paul: The former English Amateur champion has been plagued...

  • The Open: Fantasy Golf Preview

    Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    The third major of the year begins at Royal Birkdale on the 20th July, and we've been crunching the stats to see who is best placed to be in your fantasy team this week.  It's one of the most wide-open contests that we can remember at The Open, but links golf can really be anyone's game - especially given the tough...

  • The Open 2017: Tee Times

    Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    The first round tee times have been announced for Round 4 of the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.  The Open: Round Four Tee Times 7.55am Danny Willett 8.05am Sung Kang, Aaron Baddeley 8.15am Thorbjorn Olesen, Sean O’Hair 8.25am Russell Henley, Kevin Kisner 8.35am Bernd Wiesberger, Charl Schwartzel 8.45am Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Webb Simpson 8.55am Kent Bulle, Laurie Canter 9.05am Soren Kjeldsen, JB Holmes 9.15am Martin Kaymer, Jimmy Walker 9.25am Daniel Berger,...

  • Paul Waring blog: The inside story of this year's Open Championship at Royal Birkdale

    Written by Paul Waring on Monday, 17 July 2017

    Open diary Day 1: England's Paul Waring reveals what it's like to play in The Open   TG Exclusive: We've teamed up with English professional golfer Paul Waring this week as he gives us daily updates on what it's like to be playing at Royal Birkdale this week in the 146th Open.  About Paul: The former English Amateur champion has been plagued...

  • Sung Hyun Park wins US Women's Open by two shots

    Written by Camilla Tait on Monday, 17 July 2017

    Sung Hyun Park carded a five-under 67 to win the US Women’s Open at Trump National in New Jersey by two shots at 11-under-par. The Korean LPGA Tour rookie had back-to-back 67s during the weekend to finish two shots clear of compatriot and amateur Hye Jin Choi, who was unable to recover from her double bogey on the 16th hole on...

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