Jason Day channeling Tiger Woods at British Open


Despite his age, Tiger Woods has revealed the British Open offers the best chance for the star golfer to win another major. "He (Woods) opened up".

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"It's definitely, by far, the driest (Open I've played)", Day said. "I think it was a good, successful day and it's always nice finishing on a birdie to cap off a good day of fighting and grinding". Those that want to test their limits can hit booming drives that could potentially reach the green, while other players could opt for sticking to irons all weekend, as they're shooting as much as 300 yards off the hard fairways. I can hit them low too. Yet the former world No.1 still managed to finish 18 under par to claim his third Claret Jug and the 11th of his 14 career majors.

"When you get breaks like that you know you're going to have good weeks".

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"But you're just wanting to get it low and get it running". But Rose has lagged behind the leaders at The Open, joining Johnson in 54th place previous year.

Rose has held steady at No. 3 on the rankings since claiming victory at the Fort Worth Invitational in late May, and followed up by finishing sixth at the Memorial Tournament as a strong +1400 bet before claiming a share of 10th place at the US Open as +800 chalk. I've done a bit of that this year, just the decision making that's cost me.

"I feel like I'm playing some pretty good golf and this is a golf course where you don't necessarily have to take on a lot of risk where it comes to playing the golf course from tee to green". I was putting the ball where I needed to, having maybe no more than a few feet for par on every hole.