Smith happy to fly under the Open radar
Australian young gun Cameron Smith says he feels comfortable enough on the big stage to deliver another decent showing at the British Open.
Perennial contenders Marc Leishman and Adam Scott along with former world No.1 Jason Day head up a relatively small Australian British Open contingent.
With the Carnoustie fairways bone dry after a summer without rain, Jason Day doesn’t believe he needs a driver to give himself a chance at British Open glory.
Top-ranked Dustin Johnson believes he only needs to improve his putting to square the major ledger with two-time US Open winner and close friend Brooks Koepka.
Runner-up in a 1975 Carnoustie playoff, Jack Newton believes the course will suit Australia’s leading British Open hopes when the links major starts this week.
Former winner David Duval says he has “never seen anything like” the conditions at British Open host course Carnoustie Links following a summer heatwave.
Marc Leishman will team up with former world No.1 and 2014 champion Rory McIlroy when the British Open gets under way this week at Scotland’s Carnoustie Links.
Nick Faldo’s former caddie Fanny Sunesson will carry the clubs for Australian Adam Scott at the British Open at Carnoustie this week.
American Michael Kim won his first PGA Tour event by setting the record low score at the John Deere Classic and securing a spot in the British Open.
Australian Scott Hend has failed to qualify for the British Open after he finished tied 14th in the Scottish Open, eight shots behind winner Brandon Stone.
Australian Matt Jones is alone in third after the conclusion of the weather interrupted third round of the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic.
Luke List carded a course record-equalling 63 in the first round of the Scottish Open to hold a one-shot lead over a group which includes Rickie Fowler.
Phil Mickelson says he he needs to be more accountable for his behaviour on the golf course following his recent controversies.
Masters champion Patrick Reed believes Tiger Woods is no shoo-in for a Ryder Cup wild card ahead of this year’s contest in Paris.
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