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Hoylake, England, July 20: After three consecutive 72s, Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee finally put up some red numbers on the board with a solid final round of one-under-par 71 at The Open Championship on Sunday. The triple Asian Tour number one birdied the closing hole to end his campaign at the year’s third Major …

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Sergio Garcia (68-70-69—207) For the second straight day, Sergio Garcia (pictured by Getty Images) bogeyed Royal Liverpool GC’s first hole. His bogey-5 was offset with birdies at 2, 5, 8, 9 and 16. In 17 previous Open Championship starts, Garcia has collected seven top-10 finishes, three of which being top fives. …

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Phil Mickelson (74-70-71—215) Defending champion Phil Mickelson (picturedby Getty Images) didn’t mount much of a Saturday charge, posting a 1-under 71. At 1-under through 54 holes, he will begin Sunday’s final round 15 strokes back. Through 54 holes last year, Mickelson was five strokes back at 2-over. Mickelson …

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Defending champion Phil Mickelson got off to a less-than-ideal start, posting a 2-over 74. He has been able to open an Open Championship with a round in the 60s on just three occasions (21 starts). Mickelson is making his 88th start in a Major Championship this week, with just nine missed cuts. Since 2000, he has …

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Adam Scott, World Golf #1 The World’s No. 1 golfer will be making his 15th Open Championship start, with top-10 finishes in 2006 (T8), 2012 (2nd) and 2013 (T3). The 2006 Open Championship was contested at Royal Liverpool. Scott, carried a four-stroke lead into the final round of the 2012 Open Championship at Royal …

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Former World Golf #1 Tiger Woods, is a three-time winner of the Open Championship (2000, 2005-06) and the American will make his 18th start (16 professional) at the event. His 2006 win came at Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) In addition to his three Open Golf victories, Woods has amassed six other top-10 finishes in the …

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Hoylake, July 16: Korea’s Y.E. Yang, Asia’s lone Major champion, does not want to be the forgotten man in golf. The Asian Tour honorary member has hit hard times since his historic triumph over Tiger Woods at the 2009 PGA Championship, dropping to 464th in the latest world ranking after missing 11 cuts, including …

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Justin Rose at The Open 2014 Justin Rose from England will be making his 13th Open start, with T4 in his inaugural appearance in 1998 his lone top-10 finish. Missed the cut in his last two Open Championship starts on 2012 and 2013. Rose, won last week’s Scottish Open to move from No. 6 to No. 3 in the Official …

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Hoylake, July 15: Asian Tour number one Kiradech Aphibarnrat hopes to prove the old adage that ‘Mothers know best’ by producing a season-changing performance at The Open Championship which starts on Thursday. The big-hitting Thai has endured a run of lackluster form following a magical 2013 campaign where he won …

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Two of the most popular areas at The Open Championship 2014 shall be the R&A SwingZone and HSBC Golf Zone. THE R&A SWINGZONE Free professional golf lessons are available all week from PGA qualified instructors in The R&A Swingzone. HSBC GOLF ZONE Back by popular demand for the fourth time is the HSBC …