Tag: The Open

Lessons from Brian Harman’s British Open Win

This year’s Royal Liverpool course setup proved again that when a complete range of golfing skills are tested, those with the ability to keep the ball in play, hit reasonable scoring shots, and are consistent with their medium-range putting can and will win.

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The 150th Open Championship

The eyes of the golf world are set squarely on St. Andrews this week for the 150th Open Championship. The storylines are abundant, and one of which, that we have been forced to endure at nauseum in recent months, I’ll stay away from. I would prefer to focus on the golf as the games oldest and most revered championship takes place at the home of golf.

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