Rory, Tiger licking wounds after dramatic day

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by Justin Falconer at Royal Portrush Rory McIlroy runs the 1st tee on the way to a fourfold bogey eight to start his 2019 Open Championship. There weren't many around, but JB Holmes stole the show – and the direct leadership – extremely late in the peace on Thursday at the 148th Open. Shane Lowry […]

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Brave Smith and Day fly Aussie flag

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by Justin Falconer at Royal Portrush Cam Smith on the opening day of the 2019 Open Championship. A few gritty opening day shows by Queenslanders Cam Smith and Jason Day have kept the Australian hope of winning The Open. Both men went to Royal Portrush in the most difficult round of the opening round, but […]

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Armstrong on his way to Pinehurst

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ECSTATIC: Josh Armstrong and his invitation to the American amateur from 2019. Josh Armstrong participates with his NSW State teammates Jordie Garner and Blake Windred in the American Amateur Championship the following month after qualifying in Georgia & # 39; The Canberran finished six-under-par in two rounds to secure last place at the Capital City […]

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Silver liners for McLeod after debut

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by Justin Falconer at Royal Portrush Jake McLeod on day one of the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush. There are not much harder tests in golf than Royal Portrush on a day dominated by heavy rain and wind, let alone when you make your first big championship start. That was the job that Jake […]

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Gritty Greer left to do it alone

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Josh Greer from Perth found the reach with his hybrid when the competition game started. Photo: USGA Josh Greer is the last man to face the American boy amateur in Ohio after a flattening day for Australia. Western Australian Greer, known as a gruesome match player, took No.18 seed August Meekhof 2 & 1 after […]

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