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A peculiar piece of history will be on the line at the British Open.
Luke Donald goes into the U.S. Open ranked No. 1 in the world, and to listen to the casual golf observer, that can only mean one thing.
The 151 players who have qualified for the 112th U.S. Open, to be played June 14-17 at The Olympic Club. Players listed only in the first category for which they are eligible. (a-amateur). Five spots remain available from the world ranking or alternate list.
In more peaceful times, when Tiger Woods had gone six months without losing and golf seemed to revolve around him, he ended a monthly newsletter with a rare trip to the soap box to complain about the pace of play on the PGA Tour.
Rickie Fowler isn't letting the fact that he hasn't won on the PGA Tour consume him.
Phil Mickelson did something he'd always wanted to do in 20 years of playing the Masters.
Standing in the second fairway, Rory McIlroy could see the final round begin to unfold at Augusta National.
The 97 players who have qualified and are expected to compete in the 76th Masters, to be played April 5-8 at Augusta National Golf Club. Players listed in only one category for which they are eligible. The winner of the Houston Open, if not already eligible, also will be invited:
Tiger Woods wasn't the only star to miss the cut at the PGA Championship on Friday, just the biggest.