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Lucas Glover Chasing Win At Open Championship

Lucas Glover is looking to add another major title, to go along with his 2009 U.S. Open Championship.

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Thomas Bjorn Excels At The Scene Of One Of His Biggest Disappointments

Eight years ago, Thomas Bjorn had a two-stroke lead, with three holes to play, but failed to win the Open Championship, as Ben Curtis came from behind to captured the Claret Jug.

That event was held at Royal St. George's, where the 2011 tournament is also taking place.

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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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All Eyes Are On Rory McIlroy For The Open Championship

The Open Championship begins Thursday morning, at Royal St. George's, in England.

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When Will Tiger Return?

Tiger Woods announced on Tuesday that he will skip this year's Open Championship. It will be the second consecutive major championship, and fourth of the last 13, due to injury.

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What Has Happened To Padraig Harrington?

Just three years ago, Irishman Padraig Harrington was the third-ranked golfer in the entire world. Now, he's considered only the third-best golfer from his own country.

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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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US Open Preview

The 2011 US Open gets underway on Thursday.

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Is This The Year Mickelson Wins The US Open?

Although he has come close, multiple times, Phil Mickleson has never won the US Open.

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What Does The Future Have In Store For Tiger Woods?

Tiger Woods is going to skip this week's US Open.

It will be the first US Open that Woods won't be in, since 1994.

Will Woods win another US Open, in the future, and can he catch Jack Nicklaus' record for the most major titles, ever?

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