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UPDATE 2-Golf-Emotional McIlroy proud of Open fightback, despite missing cut

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland, July 19 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy was clearly moved by the support he received from the gallery at Royal Portrush and was "unbelievably proud" after fighting back to come within a shot of making the halfway cut at the British Open on Friday. More »

 

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Suwannapura-Clanton in control at Dow Great Lakes

After posting the best round of the day, Thailand's Jasmine Suwannapura and the United States' Cydney Clanton established a five-shot lead Friday in the third round of the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational at Midland, Mich. More »

 

Ireland's Lowry shares Open lead with Holmes

Ireland's Shane Lowry survived a shaky back nine and grabbed a share of the 36-hole lead with J.B. Holmes at The Open Championship on Friday while some of the game's most famous names bit the dust. More »

 

Golf-Smith only Aussie to make Open cut as Scott and Day head home

July 19 (Reuters) - Quiet Australian achiever Cameron Smith was the lone bright spot on a poor day for a proud golf nation, sneaking within two strokes of halfway leaders Shane Lowry and J.B. Holmes at the British Open on Friday. More »

 

Hometown hero McIlroy falls just short of Open cut

Rory McIlroy was 14 shots better in the second round than he was on Thursday, but a 65 left the hometown favorite one stroke from making the Open Championship cut at Royal Portrush. More »

 

Holmes and Lowry share lead as Fleetwood and Westwood push

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - Ireland's Shane Lowry proved master of the Dunluce links for the second successive day to move into a share of the halfway lead with American J.B. Holmes at the British Open on Friday. More »

 

Ireland's Lowry grabs share of Open lead

Ireland's Shane Lowry survived a shaky back nine and grabbed a share of the 36-hole lead at The Open Championship on Friday. More »

 

Caddie chemistry helping Westwood mount a charge

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - Lee Westwood admits his caddie knows little about golf but that's alright because the person carrying his bag around the Royal Portrush links is his girlfriend Helen Storey. More »

 

Woods to miss cut despite improved round

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - A battling Tiger Woods rediscovered some of the old magic at the British Open on Friday but the American will be packing for home after failing to make the cut at Royal Portrush. More »

 

Tiger (6-over) projected to miss cut at The Open

Tiger Woods will likely miss the cut at The Open after shooting a 1-under 70 in the second round at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland on Friday. More »

 

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