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Latest Luke Donald Items
Golf rarely has been this mysterious when it comes to the majors.
Some of golf's top players return to the Scottish Open's Castle Stuart course this week to sharpen their links game before the British Open.
Luke Donald remains unassuming despite being golf's top-ranked player for 52 of the past 59 weeks.
Luke Donald doesn't regret not coming to The Olympic Club ahead of the U.S. Open to learn the golf course.
Luke Donald has been recognized by Queen Elizabeth II for spending almost a year at the top of golf's world ranking.
The record-setting U.S. Open winner. The Masters champion. The top-ranked player in the world.
The top-ranked player in the world didn't make a birdie.
There's a 14-year-old playing in the U.S. Open, as if Phil Mickelson needs a reminder about youth, time and wasted chances. He's had more than his share of the latter in the 21 times he has played this tournament, and all he can hope when he turns 42 on Saturday is that his birthday present is a late tee time among the leaders.
The plan is for Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson to pack a powerful punch in one group. Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood are supposed to counter in another.