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Golf-Woods the main attraction as he rolls back the years

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland, July 19 (Reuters) - For a few hours at a sun-drenched Carnoustie on Thursday it felt like 2000 all over again, or 2005 or 2006 as Tiger Woods rolled back the years and captivated a heaving British Open gallery. More »

 

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Golf: Kisner first round leader in benign Open conditions

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - Kevin Kisner put a mediocre links record aside and surged to the first-round lead with a five-under-par 66 at the British Open at a fiery fast and baked-out Carnoustie on Thursday. More »

 

WRAPUP 1-Golf-Kisner first round leader in benign Open conditions

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland, July 19 (Reuters) - Kevin Kisner put a mediocre links record aside and surged to the first-round lead with a five-under-par 66 at the British Open at a fiery fast and baked-out Carnoustie on Thursday. More »

 

Lincicome flops in PGA Tour start

(Reuters) - Brittany Lincicome, the first woman to compete in a PGA Tour event in a decade, found it hard going on Thursday as she slumped to a six-over 78 in the opening round of the Barbasol Championship. More »

 

Golf-Harmon doesn't know what's in my head, says McIlroy

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland, July 19 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy shrugged off criticism from TV analyst Butch Harmon after launching his title challenge at the 147th British Open with a confidence-boosting two-under-par 69 on Thursday. More »

 

Rahm raid pays off as swashbuckling Spaniard opens with 69

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - Swashbuckling Spaniard Jon Rahm took the bull by the horns on Thursday, defying popular convention on the bone-hard British Open links by smashing the driver as far as he could on the way to an opening 69. More »

 

Golf-Spieth stumbles in first round after "brain fart"

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland, July 19 (Reuters) - They say the key to a good score around Carnoustie is to make your birdies on the first 14 holes then hang on. More »

 

Golf: Kisner (66) claims Open Championship lead

American Kevin Kisner took advantage of unusually gentle weather conditions and a hot putter to grab the early lead at the 2018 Open Championship with a 66 at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland. More »

 

Golf-Kang responds to cheating allegation: 'I did the right thing'

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland, July 19 (Reuters) - Sung Kang defended himself on Thursday over a cheating allegation made by a fellow competitor, saying he had "followed the rules" and done nothing wrong. More »

 

Golf: Ideal start for Eagle-eyed Van Rooyen

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - South African Erik Van Rooyen's 'eye workouts' helped him set the early pace at Carnoustie on Thursday as he marked his British Open debut with a four-under-par 67. More »

 

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