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Unpredictable weather and the quirky Carnoustie Links make next week's British Open a crapshoot, but that didn't stop a PGA Tour pro (on the condition of anonymity) from ranking, in ascending order, the players who...
July 12, 1999 | Gary Van Sickle
Fasten your seat belts and put your trays in the upright and locked position. This year's remaining majors could be even more turbulent for the players than the first two. There was rough at Augusta National for the...
July 27, 1987 | Ivan Maisel
Alan Saxon is one of the more unlikely sleuths in contemporary fiction. A veteran professional golfer, Saxon is attempting to win his second British Open and to discover the identity of a murderer who stalks him...
August 06, 2007
On the condition of anonymity, a PGA Tour pro riffs on Tiger's troubles, the wisdom of playing a major in Tulsa during the dog days of summer, who's hot and who's not, and who will walk away a winner next week at...
July 14, 1975
Hard by the north sea in Scotland lies Carnoustie, site of the British Open. Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino will be at the unforgiving course trying to match Gary Player's three titles, as Dan Jenkins reports the action.