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Player's call a boost

South African Louis Oosthuizen celebrated a runaway Open Championship victory at St Andrews on Sunday - and revealed how a telephone call from the great Gary Player had helped him to keep four Europeans at bay.
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Putting woes halt Tiger

Tiger Woods blamed poor putting for failing in his bid for an unprecedented third successive victory at St Andrews.
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Tiger down but not out

Tiger Woods' hopes of an unprecedented third Open title at St Andrews effectively disappeared with a third-round 73.
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McCarron eyes home win

Scott McCarron, playing at his home course, will carry a one-shot lead into the final round of the Reno-Tahoe Open.
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Oosthuizen holds lead

South African Louis Oosthuizen came under pressure from two of Europe's finest as the British Open continued in more windy conditions at St Andrews.
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Jeong eyes victory

British Amateur champion Jin Jeong has his sights set on winning the 139th Open at St Andrews after moving to within six of the lead.
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Oosthuizen feeling calm

South African Louis Oosthuizen produced his second great round in a row at The Open - but neither comes remotely close to what he did on his home course eight years ago.
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Tiger still in the hunt

Tiger Woods was delighted not to play himself out of contention for an unprecedented third Open title at St Andrews on Friday.
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Bettencourt lets lead slip

Matt Bettencourt dropped shots at his closing two holes to give up the outright lead after round two of the Reno-Tahoe Open.
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Mickelson struggles at Open

A frustrated Phil Mickelson was unable to improve his dismal Open record yet again on Friday.
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Watson farewells St Andrews

Tom Watson was beaten up by the Old Course, but still kissed it goodbye after what is expected to be his last round at St Andrews in the Open.
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Calcavecchia heads old guard

Former champion Mark Calcavecchia led the charge of the old guard in the 139th Open at St Andrews with a second-round 67 which lifted him to seven-under-par and on to the leaderboard.
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Oosthuizen claims lead

Rory McIlroy's dream of becoming the youngest Open champion for 117 years turned into a nightmare at windswept St Andrews on Friday.
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Star names miss the cut

A host of big names missed the cut in the 139th Open Championship at St Andrews, among them a number of former champions.
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McIlroy in relaxed mood

Even in the laid-back, gum-chewing, wild-haired world of Rory McIlroy the immediate reaction was somewhat understated.
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Good start for Aussies

Four Australians have put themselves within touching distance of the lead after the opening round of the Reno-Tahoe Open.
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