2009 Open infamous for its failings
TURNBERRY, Scotland -- Think back to April. Specifically, the Masters. Even more specifically, the final round. What sticks out as most memorable? If you said champion Angel Cabrera's earning the green jacket, consider yourself in the minority. Instead, it was the story of runner-up Kenny Perry, who faltered down the stretch in his bid to become the oldest major champion ever, that left the most lasting impression.
Now try last month's U.S. Open. Recall, if you will, the images that first ...
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138th OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Stewart Cink might seem the villain after foiling Tom Watson's run at a sixth Claret Jug at the British Open. In time, though, the six-time PGA Tour winner will receive his due. Bob Harig
When: Thursday-Sunday, July 16-19
Where: Turnberry's Ailsa Course, Scotland
Yardage/Par: 7,204 yards; par 70
2009 champion: Stewart Cink