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It’s no secret that Americans have dominated the field when The Open Championship comes to the Royal Birkdale. Thursday’s action made it look like this weekend will give us more of the same.

Spieth and fellow Americans Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar all shot 5-under 65s to share the lead after 18 holes. A week shy of his 24th birthday,…

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The 146th Open Championship is upon us with the opening rounds just a few hours away at the Royal Birkdale.

Included in the field are 16 former Open winners, 15 local qualifiers, 5 amateurs, 52 Americans, and 104 from everywhere else.

There are three groups on the opening two days that stand head and shoulders above the rest in terms of…

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Thursday marks the beginning of the 10th Open Championship to be held at Royal Birkdale. It has hosted nine previous from 1954 to 2008. Here’s a historic look back at the previous nine hostings at Royal Birkdale.

1954: ┬áPeter Thomson, a 23-year-old Australia, one of the first of his five Open titles by a single stroke over Bobby Locke, Dai…

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Northwest England’s Royal Birkdale is the home of the 146th Open Championship, which kicks off this Thursday. It is being hailed as one toughest venues in the entire history of the championship.

The 7,156 yard course has a par of 70 and last hosted the open in 2008. The course record is 65, set by Camilo Villegas in 2008.

At the…

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Scottish Open winner Rafa Cabrera Bello lept from 31st to a career-best 17th in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.

American Bryson DeChambeau used his first career victory on the PGA Tour to rise from 144th to 81st and earn a spot in The Open Championship field this week.

Jon Rahm climbed up one spot to to No. 7, his new…

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Another week, another bright young star winning for the first time on the PGA Tour.

Twenty-three-year-old Bryson DeChambeau, who won the NCAA individual title and the US Amateur crown just two years ago, snapped a string of eight straight cuts missed by winning the John Deere Classic on Sunday. He birdied six of the final nine holes to finish 6-under…

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Spain’s Rafa Cabrera Bello won his first European Tour title in more than five years, winning the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in dramatic fashion on Sunday.

He shot a course-record 64 on Sunday to tie Callum Shinkwin through 72 holes, then won it with a birdie on the first extra hole. Shinkwin did earn a spot in The Open…

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Finland’s Mikko Ilonen fired a 7-under 65 to take the Day One lead at the Scottish Open on Thursday. It was a total turnaround for Ilonen, who has missed four straight cuts prior to this week.

The men two strokes behind Ilonen are a fascinating bunch that include American Rickie Fowler, three-time Major winner Padraig Harrington, and the UK’s Ian…

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Jon Rahm reached a career-high of No. 8 in the world on Monday following his victory on the European Tour by taking the Irish Open with a tournament-record 24 under. 2017 has been an amazing ride for Rahm, who started the year ranked 137th in the world.

Justin Rose who finished fourth at the Irish Open, move up three spots…

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It turns out the fifth-place finish he racked up at the US Open last month wasn’t apex for Xander Schauffele, it was his jumping off point.

Schauffele, just 23 years old, won the Greenbrier Classic on Sunday with a 3-foot birdie putt to defeat Robert Streb by a single stroke.

Schauffele finished with a 3-under 67 on Sunday to wind up…

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