British open

Zach Johnson Wins British Open Spieth Comes Short
The Grand Slam will not happen this season golf season, after Zach Johnson wins the British Open in a 4-hole playoff against Louis Oosthuizen, and Marc Leishman. While many were hoping for a ending with Jordan Spieth winning his third straight major, let's not overlook how amazing Zac…
Rory Reels in Third Major
HOYLAKE, England — At the age of 25 Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy now has three major championships. He closed out the British Open with a 1-under 71 to finish the tournament in first at 17-under-par, two shots in front of Ricky Fowler and Sergio Garcia...
Do You Like Phil Mickelson [POLL]
It was recently brought up by "Nailz" in Albany on my show that Phil Mickelson is phony and that his peers don't like him either.  Do you like the 2013 British Open champ and five-time major winner?  Vote here:
2013 British Open Preview
Fast.  Firm.  Windy.  Wet.  Challenging.  Quirky.  Fescue.  Frustrating.  All of these words are fitting to describe a British Open, no matter the place the great Open Championship is played at.  This year, the site is Muirfield Village.  Here is an …
Breaking Down Golf’s Remaining Majors
Adam Scott won The Masters in dramatic fashion.  Now, we have three more majors to go on this year's calendar, The U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Pennsylvania, The Open Championship at Muirfield Golf Links in Scotland and the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester.
Clarke Wins British Open
Darren Clarke won the British Open on Sunday for his first ever major championship. He held off some challenges from Americans Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson, who both finished tied for second.
Can Darren Clarke be a consistent contender in majors? How did the rest of the Americans do?
Clarke Leads After Third Round Of British Open
Darren Clarke leads the field after a wet and wild third round of the British Open on Saturday. He has a one stroke lead over American Dustin Johnson and three strokes over Rickie Fowler and Thomas Bjorn.
So who should you pay attention to in the final round? Can the leaders stay put?