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Topic - Nick Faldo
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The scars of finishing second linger because players return to the same course year after year.
With rare exception, no other major championship inflicts as much emotional pain as Augusta National. The perks of winning include a lifetime exemption to the Masters and a spot in the most exclusive locker room in golf.
Nick Faldo and U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson will play in next month's RBC Heritage.
To listen to Patrick Reed after he won at Doral is to be reminded of the famous exchange at the 1989 Ryder Cup.
Nick Faldo has no expectations for his Champions Tour debut this weekend at the SAS Championship.
Nick Faldo has no expectations for his first regular Champions Tour start this weekend at the SAS Championship.
Another sunny day along the Scottish coast. Another perilous test on the links of Muirfield.
They lined up four rows deep, craning their necks for a glimpse of Nick Faldo, Tom Watson and Fred Couples walking onto the first tee at the British Open.
Bouncing back from a tough loss last weekend, Johnson seized the lead with a 6-under 66 on a sunny Thursday at Muirfield — another brilliant opening after a 65 at Lytham last year.
Rory McIlroy hasn't gotten too worked up about his struggles this year.
McIlroy shrugged off a suggestion from the six-time major champion to spend more time concentrating on golf, saying Wednesday that Faldo "should know how hard this game is at times."
Of the 13 players to win the Open at this course east of Edinburgh, 11 are enshrined in the World Golf Hall of Game (and you can make a pretty strong case that another, Ted Ray, should be).
From behind the 18th green, Paul Azinger stared out toward a golf course where he nearly won a major title, where so many greats of the game have carved their names on the claret jug.
While Norman melted down, Nick Faldo charged to claim his third, and last, green jacket.
And though he wants to be competitive, he said he knows the more time he has spent broadcasting, the more his golf game has suffered.