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The Open Day Four: Stenson Wins the Claret Jug

Embed from Getty Images The first three days of the 2016 Open Championship had been dominated by two men. And Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson were once again the main attraction as the pair participated in one of the finest battles in the long history of The Open. Before the ...

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The Open Day Two: Stenson Charges Into Second

Embed from Getty Images After his outstanding first round, all eyes were on Phil Mickelson to see if he could produce something similar on the second day of The Open. And while his second round wasn’t as spectacular as his first, Mickelson still sits in a strong position at the ...

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The Open Day One: Lefty Takes Control

Embed from Getty Images The first day of The Open belonged to Phil Mickelson, as the American produced a stunning round of golf to lead the tournament on 8-under-par. Despite having five Majors to his name, Mickelson spent much of his career in the shadow of Tiger Woods, and has ...

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Contenders for the US Open- The Americans

View image | gettyimages.com With the US Open set to start in less than a week, The Sports Lowdown takes a look at the runners and riders in this year’s competition. After looking at previous champions, we will now look at which American players have a chance of winning this ...

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