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Two tournaments came down to the last hole and produced emotions as different as the tours themselves.
Mike Weir has enjoyed a lot of breakthroughs playing golf in Vancouver, including his first professional win while playing on the Canadian Tour in 1997, and his first PGA Tour victory two years later.
Tiger Woods is back home, nursing a sore leg. The rest of American golf isn't doing so well, either.
Any other week, the flagsticks at Royal St. George's would be adorned with the red-and-white English banner.
Rory McIlroy slipped into his seat without great fanfare Tuesday, his presence detected by a sudden burst of camera shutters when the photographers realized the star of this British Open had arrived.
Lee Westwood believes he has the patience to master a "mentally frustrating" Royal St. George's course and finally land a first major title.
Coming off a record-breaking win at the U.S. Open, Rory McIlroy is paired with Ernie Els and Rickie Fowler for the first two rounds of the British Open.
As workers pieced together plastic tables and hammered the last tents into place Sunday, Aaron Baddeley got an idea of just how punishing a British Open course can be when you don't hit the ball straight.
British golfers hold the top three spots in the world rankings, the first time that's happened in the 25-year history of the rankings.