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July 28, 1997
A study in contrast: The spectacle of last week's British Open and the simple splendor of the linksland
July 14, 1997
Fresh off his victory in Memphis on June 29, Greg Norman is in top form heading into next week's British Open at Royal Troon, where he'll be gunning for his third I Open title. The Shark hasn't ' won any of the other...
April 17, 1989 | Donald J. Barr
The 53rd masters tournament is the first to be covered for us by senior writer E.M. Swift, whose byline has graced stories on a variety of subjects, including baseball, hockey and the outdoors, since he joined SI in...
July 26, 2004 | Steve Rushin
The train to Troon, like the Firth of Forth, is more fun to say than to see. But that's a principal attraction of Scotland: With its firths and Forths and heaths and Perths, it makes everyone sound like Daffy Duck....
August 04, 1997 | Shirley Huggan
I read last week that Johnny Miller said one of the reasons he quit the Tour was that he had a classic case of the yips. Boy, can I relate to that—except my problem isn't putting. For the last 12 years I've had the...