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It was the most manic of manic Mondays. If you’d ducked out of work yesterday to witness the captivating conclusion to the 144th Open Championship, you may need to take another day off to
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Zach Johnson defeated Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman in a play-off for the Open Championship after Jordan Spieth agonisingly failed to keep his grand slam dream alive.
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Despite seeing his bid for the grand slam ended last night, Jordan Spieth was the first man to congratulate new Open champion, Zach Johnson, as the 144th championship drew to a engrossing
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A YOUNG life spent kicking a ball around in the shadow of Ibrox, brought up in a family home full of fanatics situated in Copland Road, season ticket holder for 16 years and reduced to tears when
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As they had been when they set off for their third round Paul Lawrie and Marc Warren found themselves together as the Open Championship ended but the mood was very different from the previous
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