THE JERSEY GOLD RUSH

THE JERSEY GOLD RUSH >>

This year sees the 100th anniversary of Harry Vardon's sixth Open title. Dominic Pedler travelled to Jersey to explore his legend

WHERE TIME STANDS STILL

WHERE TIME STANDS STILL >>

The oldest links in England, Royal North Devon – a.k.a. Westward Ho! – is celebrating its 150th anniversary. Tom Cox paid a visit

SOS LINKS RESCUE

SOS LINKS RESCUE >>

Jonathan Yarwood identifies the key skills you need for better seaside golf

OPEN AHOY!

OPEN AHOY! >>

Hard to believe it's eight years since Tiger's emotional victory at Hoylake – a course guaranteed to deliver high links drama

THE Gi INTERVIEW

THE Gi INTERVIEW >>

You can take the boy out of Macclesfield... John Hopkins talks to Ryder Cup hopeful Jamie Donaldson

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FRESH DESIGN, INSPIRED CONTENT >>

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Patient Lee Westwood ready for challenge

Lee Westwood believes he has the patience to master a “mentally frustrating” Royal St. George’s course and finally land a first major title. When the British Open was last held at Sandwich in 2003, Westwood teed off ranked No. 266 and shot 9 over to miss the cut.

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Luke Donald not feeling the pressure

Luke Donald may be going into this week’s British Open as a world number one without a major victory to his name but he believes there is less pressure on him to succeed than there is on U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy.

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Charl Schwartzel happy to be low profile

Boasting a record in this year’s majors that’s the envy of most of his peers, Masters champion Charl Schwartzel should be regarded as one of the favorites for the British Open.

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Ben Curtis back at scene of famous victory

Ben Curtis never gets too worked up about anything. Back in 2003, when he pulled off one of the most stunning wins in golf history, Curtis didn’t comprehend the significance until he returned to the U.S.

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Thomas Bjorn in as Vijay Singh withdraws

Thomas Bjorn will get a chance to redeem himself at Royal St. George’s. Three-time major champion Vijay Singh withdrew Monday from the British Open and was replaced in the field by Bjorn...

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Lee Westwood & Mark Tullo lead with 65s

Lee Westwood and tour newcomer Mark Tullo of Chile shot 7-under 65s on Thursday to share the lead after the first round of the Scottish Open.

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