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Sunday Jul 20 | Wall Street Journal

McIlroy Is in Control at the British Open

The six-shot lead that Rory McIlroy carries into Sunday's final round at the 143rd British Open doesn't make him an absolute lock to win the championship.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, PGA Golf, British Open, Rory McIlroy, Golfers, Greg Norman, Jean Van de Velde

Sat Jul 19, 2014

Lure of another dance keeps past champions on their toes

Nick Faldo: 'He's locked away in his own little world; still torturing himself over the bad swings and the putts that wouldn't drop' Five years ago, on the eve of the 2009 British Open Championship, Nick Faldo checked into a room at the Turnberry Hotel.


Related Topix: Nick Faldo, More Sports, Golf, Golfers, PGA Golf, Padraig Harrington, Tom Watson, Ernie Els

Fri Jul 18, 2014


McIlroy up by 4 in British Open

Rory McIlroy only saw birdies at Royal Liverpool, mostly on his scorecard, and even one pheasant that trotted across the eighth green as he was lining up a putt.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, PGA Golf, Rory McIlroy, Golfers, Dustin Johnson, Jean Van de Velde, Graeme McDowell


The Open Championship - Woods makes cut by skin of teeth after late blow-up

Tiger Woods very nearly missed the cut at The Open after an extraordinary blow up on the 17th at Hoylake.


Related Topix: Tiger Woods, More Sports, Golf, Golfers

Thu Jul 17, 2014

Open golf: Stephen Gallacher in fine shape

A BEAMING Stephen Gallacher plucked a crisp 20 note from his pocket. It was his share of the winnings after joining forces with Bradley Neil to beat Paul Lawrie and Paul McKechnie over the last eight holes in their all-Scottish fourball.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, Stephen Gallacher, Golfers, Felipe Aguilar, PGA Golf

Open golf: Paul McKechnie living the dream at last

HE HAS got over the stage where he thought he was "Gunga Din or Captain Scarlet" and set to "conquer the world" by the time he was 25. Since seeing his career enjoy a second wind, Paul McKechnie has learned to appreciate that it takes hard toil to make golfing dreams come true.


Related Topix: Stephen Gallacher, Golf

Wed Jul 16, 2014


Tiger Woods at the Open three months after back surgery? It's astonishing...and I should know

Those are the ones we remember most - and if Tiger Woods wins at Royal Liverpool this weekend the golfing fraternity will rightly remember it for time immemorial.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, PGA Golf, Tiger Woods, Golfers, Seve Ballesteros, Ben Curtis, Darren Clarke, Opinion


Lawrie unfazed by Open storms

Scotland’s Paul Lawrie is not concerned about potential storms during this week’s Open Championship at Hoylake.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, Golfers, PGA Golf, Sports

Mon Jul 14, 2014

Talented Scots a sign of progress - Paul Lawrie

IT WAS Scottish golf's nadir. Only four players flying the flag and all gone by the weekend.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, Golfers, PGA Golf, Scott Drummond, Sandy Lyle, Colin Montgomerie, Stephen Gallacher

Sat Jul 12, 2014

Daily Mail

Charley Hull inspired by 1999 Claret Jug winner Paul Lawrie at Women's British Open

She moved from 11 shots adrift on Friday to just three shots behind leader Inbee Park of South Korea going into Sunday's final round Charley Hull was only three when Paul Lawrie came from 10 shots back to win the Open Championship in 1999 but that was her inspiration as she mounted her own remarkable fightback at the Women's British Open.


Related Topix: Golf, Golfers, Inbee Park, Ian Poulter

Thu Jul 10, 2014

Scottish Open Preview: Wet weather warms Mickelson

PAUL Lawrie, widely regarded as one of the best in the business with a weather jacket on his shoulders, won't be the only player wearing a smile as wide as Union Street if, as expected, it's wet and windy in today's opening round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.


Related Topix: More Sports, Golf, Golfers, PGA Golf, Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, The Masters, Darren Clarke

Tue Jul 08, 2014

Sunday Herald

Scottish Open to generate A 6m for economy

The staging of the Scottish Open is expected to boost the economy by an estimated 6 million, according to the First Minister.


Related Topix: Phil Mickelson, Golf, Golfers, Nick Faldo

Mon Jul 07, 2014

BBC News

Road accident affects power line

Police and an ambulance were called to the scene on the A862 at Teawig, near Beauly, at about 12:10.


Related Topix: Golf, Golfers

Sat Jul 05, 2014

The Daily Record

Paul Lawrie admits home-town hero status leads to some unusual...

LAWRIE is honoured by his status as a local hero but has revealed that he's had some strange encounters as he prepares to tee off in Aberdeen.


Related Topix: Golfers, Golf, Sports

Wed Jul 02, 2014

Open golf: McLeary's 63 caps fine day for Scots

THE R&A's new format for the Open Championship Final Qualifying stage proved an instant hit for the Scots yesterday.


Related Topix: Rhys Davies, Golf, Golfers, Stephen Gallacher