The Open is back after a one-year hiatus, returning to historic Royal St. George's GC. Teeing Off has everything you need to know right here!
Course: Royal PortrushLocation: County Antrim, Northern IrelandLength: 7334 YardsPar: 71Field: 156 PlayersCut: Top-70 and Ties after 36 holesTop-10 Ranked Players: Brooks Koepka (1st), Dustin Johnson (2nd), Rory McIlroy (3rd), Justin Rose (4th), Tiger Woods (5th), Bryson DeChambeau (6th), Francesco Molinari (7th), Jon Rahm (8th), Justin Thomas (9th), Patrick Cantlay (10th)Defending Champion: Francesco MolinariOther: It seems … Continue reading The Open Championship: Interesting Info and Picks to Win
His brother has worked there for over 20 years. He has played the course over 500 times. But come July, none of that will matter to Graeme McDowell if he doesn’t get into the Open Championship at Royal Portrush, the course he grew up on and knows so well. As of this moment Graeme has … Continue reading With Time Ticking Down Graeme McDowell eyes Open Championship Spot at his Home Course
This week, twenty seven players made the trek over from Carnoustie and last week's British Open to Ontario, Canada for the RBC Canadian Open. A large part of the reason RBC and the Canadian Open brass have been looking for a change in dates, and will get it, is the difficulty in attracting marquee players … Continue reading From Carnoustie to Canada: How the 27 players who made the trek fared this week
There was a lot of good golf played over the first two days at Carnoustie. Big names like Tommy Fleetwood, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler are in the hunt, while guys like Tiger and Phil are within striking distance. There was also a lot of, well, not so good golf played too. Below … Continue reading Five Worst Missed-Cuts at The Open Championship
This year’s Open track is Royal Birkdale GC, a 7,156 yards par 70 layout. To sum up the course – It is NOT long, and it only has two par-5’s; both on the back 9, but both in the final four holes (which will add some excitement). The set-up off the tee is one that rarely, … Continue reading The (British) Open Championship – Picks and Spreadsheet