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A capsule look at the 15 previous British Opens held at Muirfield Golf Club, where the 142nd British Open will be played July 18-21:
The Americans wasted no time taking one from Europeans.
Michael Phelps is getting another chance to show off his funny side. And he'll have some help from the glibbest man in golf.
Michael Phelps is teaming up with golf's funniest man.
There were no "Billigans" recorded when former President Bill Clinton recently sat down with former golf pro David Feherty to reflect on golf and the nation's highest office.
Mike Tuten has spent the last 20 years on the North Shore of Oahu shaping surf boards. He joined his brother, Titleist rep Chris Tuten, for a round of golf on the Plantation Course at Kapalua at the start of the year.
The world's best golfers have convened in greater Washington, causing me to reflect on a personal mystery inside an enigma. Surely there must be others in the same position, wondering why they haven't joined the legions on the links.
Seve Ballesteros first showed off his magic to a worldwide audience as a 19-year-old at the British Open, playing with touch and imagination, bouncing shots between bunkers and finishing second to Johnny Miller.