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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Thomas Levet
Fresh off a Scottish Open victory, Phil Mickelson showed up at Muirfield for the first time in 11 years and didn't take long to figure out his strategy for the British Open. He wants to keep it as simple as possible and try to make easy pars.
The spiritual side of Stewart Cink keeps him from believing in golf gods. His last trip to Muirfield was enough to at least make him wonder.
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:
Victorious Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie heads the field for the 36-hole British Open qualifier at Sunningdale in England.
In France, birthplace of Freedom Fries, Thomas Levet decided to go for a swim Sunday after winning his national golf championship. This wasn't an original idea, and maybe that was the problem. Maybe what happened next was his punishment for not being a more creative celebrator.
Thomas Levet's exuberant celebration of jumping into a lake after winning his home tournament in France last weekend has cost him a place in the British Open.
Thomas Levet could miss next week's British Open after breaking his shin jumping into a lake to celebrate his victory at the French Open.
Levet is doing TV work, and he said it's been tough.
"I am fine here in the practice range, but when I walk back among the crowd it is difficult because everyone keeps reminding me of what happened in 2002," Levet said. "I think I've signed 20,000 autographs already this week, so it is very difficult."