The Open Championship Had Its’ Highest Ratings Since 2000…… Guess Who Won It Then?

(Image via Twitter) (via Golf Digest) Woods' return to contention during a major final round was a catalyst of curiosity throughout the world on Sunday, a sentiment reflected in the ratings. According to NBC Sports and Golf Channel, which televised the Open Championship, this year's tournament drew a 5.0 overnight figure. That's the highest number since the 2006 Open …

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Let’s Hope Jhonattan Vegas has a better week of travel to Canada than his trip to Carnoustie

(Image via Twitter) https://twitter.com/PGATOUR/status/1020162387603623937 So as I am sure you have all heard by now, Venezuelan-born Jhonattan Vegas had quite the trip to Carnoustie: he had some passport and visa issues which made him miss his original flight to Scotland and landed Thursday morning. He needed to be Helicoptered from the airport straight to Carnoustie in …

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Keegan Bradley stares deep into his soul on the 18th

Wow, if those eyes could talk, they would have said a Shakespearian soliloquy. I wish I could have been in the mind of Keegan when right after he hit this shot. You could see in the follow through he was unhappy, but that stare is a, "what the hell am I even doing here" look. …

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Breakfast Balls: July 20, 2018

Welcome everyone to another installment of Breakfast Balls. Here, we will discuss the early morning roundup of the day's most interesting topics and developments. As always, breakfast balls are allowed on the first hole, so we might as well relax, take a deep breath, and crush the drive off the 1st tee to impress all …

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Back at Carnoustie: We remember the curious case of Jean Van de Velde

Carnoustie is one of the most famous courses on the British Open loop, hosting some of the greatest champions in the game. From Ben Hogan in 1953 to Padraig Harrington in 2007, hoisting the Claret Jug after 72 holes there is no easy task. Out of the now 8 times this course has been home …

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