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Phil Mickelson Wins The Open Championship With Spectacular Comeback

Phil Mickelson won his first-ever Open Championship on Sunday, with a spectacular come-from-behind victory at Muirfield Golf Links, in Scotland.

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Luke Donald & Lee Westwood Looking To Win First Major On Home Turf

Luke Donald and Lee Westwood enter the 140th Open Championship as the top-ranked players in thw orld, despite not having a major championship to their credit.

Will that change for one of the two British golfers, in their homeland?

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Rory McIlroy Captures US Open

After just turning 22-years of age, in May, Rory McIlroy became the youngest US Open Champion, since World War II, when he captured the 111th US Open, on Sunday.

The victory marked the first major title for McIlroy, who finished the tournament at a 16-under, 268, eight strokes in front of Jason Day, who finished at a 8-under, 276.

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2011 Just Keeps Getting Worse For Tiger Woods

Robert Lusetich, of foxsports.com, says Tiger Woods' recent announcement that he will miss this year's US Open is just another setback, in a very difficult year, for the former top-ranked golfer.

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Lee Westwood Fights Off Criticism

Lee Westwood may have been the top-ranked golfer in the world, at one point, but Tom LaMarre, of the Sports Xchange, courtesy of foxsports.com, thinks he must win his first major tournament, to slow the criticism, and get the respect he deserves.

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