May 24, 2013
Ernie Els (left) and Tiger Woods during second round of this year's Arnold Palmer Invitational. (Reuters)
Els rips Tiger's swing
Ernie Els and I are close.
Long putters on their way out?
It seemed like Ernie Els was the only guy who had the stomach for winning a major Sunday afternoon.
Anything, indeed, can happen
No Masters worries for Els, now
Els putting his woes behind him?
Royal Lytham brings Tiger to his knees
McIlroy again leaves with battered ego
Els 'numb' over Open win
Els won't 'blow off' Canadian Open
Els capitalizes on Scott's choke job
Scott stays in charge as Woods slumps
Adam Scott maintained his four-stroke lead early in the British Open final round on Sunday despite making a shaky start while Tiger Woods’s hopes seemed to be over after an extraordinary triple bogey.
Adam Scott takes lead at British Open
There were more than a few folks around Royal Lytham & St. Annes rooting for an Adam Scott-Tiger Woods pairing for the final round of the British Open Sunday.
British Open Scott's for the taking
Olesen gets Tiger experience
Tiger Woods stumbles at British Open
McDowell right where he wants to be
Mark Calcavecchia still packs big swing
Zach Johnson all smiles
McDowell not intimidated by Britsh Open foes
It's a strong-looking leaderboard at the 141st British Open.
McIlroy not feeling the love after sloppy 75
Ames taking break to reflect on future
British Open leader Snedeker learns to love links
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Scott in tough at British Open
Jul 18 ...
Duval 'different person' than 2001 champ
Jul 16 ...
Claret Jug 'special' to defending champ
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Pros pick favourites for British Open
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British Open course separates men from boys
May 22 ...
Ames almost quits, then qualifies for Open
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Generation McIlroy should heed Watson
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Unheralded Swede outdoes Woods and Garcia
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Standoff over anchored putters rages on
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