Open Championship
open championship
2015
July
pga.com
4 years ago
ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) – Jordan Spieth wasted no time seizing a rare opportunity to chase a Grand Slam, opening with six birdies in 11 holes at St. Andrews and keeping his name high on the leaderboard Thursday in the Open Championship. And so did ...
sportinglife.com
4 years ago
Australia's Jason Day declared himself fit and ready to challenge for a first major title after a flawless opening 66 in the 144th Open Championship at St Andrews. Jason Day: Six-under after round one. Related Content. Open Championship news · Bet in ...
bleacherreport.com
4 years ago
Spanish leather genie Miguel Angel Jimenez teed off the first round of The Open Championship on Thursday morning, but not before getting in the stretching necessary for a 51-year-old international man of mystery to excel at his golfing day job.
sbnation.com
4 years ago
The Open Championship is the oldest major in golf and this year it returns to its most renowned venue, the Old Course at St. Andrews. World No. 1 Rory McIlroy is the first defending champion not to play The Open since Ben Hogan in 1954. McIlroy was the ...
independent.ie
4 years ago
Jordan Spieth is on the charge at St Andrews Shane Lowry bogeyed the first at St Andrews today The Open flags fly above the course during day one of The Open Championship 2015 at St Andrews. Follow all the action from Day One of the Open ...
sbnation.com
4 years ago
After the FOX experiment of the U.S. Open, major championship golf returns to one of its traditional partners this week at St. Andrews. ESPN and ABC have a 55-year relationship with the British Open, but 2015's edition at St. Andrews will be their ...
golf.com
4 years ago
An Open at St. Andrews Is Unbeatable; So Is the View Beyond the Grandstands. More. Old Course One of Many Charms at St. Andrews. While it remains the focal point, there's more to St. Andrews than the course; Jeff Ritter and Alan Bastable take you ...
theguardian.com
4 years ago
Four players to watch at the 2015 Open Championship at St Andrews. Henrik Stenson is well placed to see his luck turn while Martin Kaymer and Paul Casey cannot be discounted. Paul Casey has a good record at St Andrews. Photograph: David Davies/PA.
thespread.com
4 years ago
According to oddsmakers from GTBets, Johnson is currently listed with 11/1 odds to win The Open Championship. He is getting 5/2 odds to finish in the top 5, 1/1 odds to finish in the top 10 and odds of -200 to finish in the top 20. His odds to make the ...
bbc.co.uk
4 years ago
Any chance of a fairytale finish for five-time Open champion Tom Watson? Er, probably not. The 65-year-old, likely to be playing his final championship, was two under after 12. But then he cards a pair of double bogeys on 13 and 16, sending his score ...
belfasttelegraph.co.uk
4 years ago
Scotland's Russell Knox tees off the 4th during day one of The Open Championship 2015 at St Andrews, Fife. ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND - JULY 16: David Lingmerth of Sweden smiles after a birdie on the 4th hole during the first round of the 144th Open ...