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The Open 2014

Well, the English sporting summer has been a bit of a disaster so far. The football team have, some claim, surpassed expectations by managing to gain a point against the powerhouse that is Costa Rica at the World Cup. 1,085 more words

British Open tee times are set! Follow your favorite player right here!

Tiger tees off at 9:04  with Cabrera and Stenson.

Tom Watson tees off at 8:26 with Furyk and Clarke.

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Golf

Woods Grouped With Cabrera, Stenson For British Open

Tiger Woods will have Angel Cabrera and Henrik Stenson when he opens his major championship season Thursday in the British Open.

Woods had back surgery before the Masters and missed the opening two majors. 111 more words

Sports

Angel Cabrera Wins His First Tourney On U.S. Soil Not The Masters Or U.S. Open

Even though Angel Cabrera posted a fantastic sunday round to take the tournament, the real story was George McNeil. Shooting a 61 and hoping to be like Kevin Streelman and win the tournament even while the contenders were still out there. 149 more words

Golf

Angel Cabrera wins the Greenbrier

When Angel Cabrera’s career is over, he’s going to be remembered for his major championship wins. At 44 years of age, he’s got enough time to win more tournaments, but if he can’t get another major win before he decides to walk away, having the 2007 U.S. 557 more words

Golf

Cabrera Earns First PGA Tour Win In 5 Years

Angel Cabrera has some much-needed momentum heading to the British Open in his quest for a title in a third different major.

Cabrera snapped a five-year drought on the PGA Tour and became its oldest winner this season, closing with his second straight 6-under 64 at the Greenbrier Classic to beat George McNeill by two strokes Sunday. 649 more words

Sports

Thunderstorms in U.S. Open forecast at Pinehurst

Greetings from Pinehurst, where we’ll be stationed for the next six days reporting on the 2014 U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson’s quest to complete the career grand slam and the farewell event for the TV tandem of NBC and ESPN before Fox takes over next year. 462 more words

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