El Paso Times http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com Golf Video, News, Scores and Updates Sun, 22 Jul 2018 01:34:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.11 2018 British Open: Tommy Fleetwood still in chase despite up-and-down Round 3 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/2018-british-open-tommy-fleetwood-still-in-chase-despite-up-and-down-round-3/ http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/2018-british-open-tommy-fleetwood-still-in-chase-despite-up-and-down-round-3/#respond Sat, 21 Jul 2018 20:21:07 +0000 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/2018-british-open-tommy-fleetwood-still-in-chase-despite-up-and-down-round-3/ Tommy Fleetwood still in chase despite up-and-down Round 3 at British Open at Carnoustie.

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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Tommy Fleetwood appeared to be trying to walk up a down escalator in the third round of the 147th British Open. Every time he took a step forward, he took one back.

Yet he’s still in contention to become the first English winner since Sir Nick Faldo in 1992. Fleetwood is four shots off the lead at 5 under after fashioning a level-par 71 around Carnoustie.

His score should have started with a six.

The 27-year-old got into a tie for the lead at 6 under when he birdied the par-4 second hole. That was as low as he got all day. He three-putted the par-5 sixth hole from 90 feet to drop back, but returned to 6 under when he holed an 8-foot putt at the 11th. Then he began moving rapidly down the escalator.

Fleetwood hit his worst drive of the day at 12 when he pulled his tee shot into a small lateral hazard. The hazard was dry but, at just a foot wide, there was no chance of hitting out of it. He took a drop, hit his third shot short of the green and then took three more to complete the hole.

A bogey followed at the par-3 13th, but a birdie at par-5 14th cancelled that out. It should have been an eagle. He missed from 6 feet.

He went bogey, birdie at 16 and 17 and then his birdie putt grazed the hole at the 18th. It all added up to 71 on the day he felt most at ease with his golf swing.

“I was kind of disappointed,” Fleetwood said. “Today lacked momentum. When I did get it, like on 11, when I nailed a nice putt, or when I birdied 14 and 15, when I did come back, I constantly followed it with a bit of a mess.

“I just had a bit of a rocky back nine. I actually felt the most comfortable I’ve been with my swing all week. I felt more comfortable than yesterday (when he shot 65). Just shows what can go into scoring in this silly game.”

If anyone knows how to put together a score around Carnoustie, it’s the affable Fleetwood. His second-round 65 got him onto the leaderboard. He returned a 63 at Carnoustie during last year’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Then there’s the 7-under 63 in the final round of the U.S. Open last month that earned him runner-up spot.

“I have to just draw on the good stuff,” he said. “I have low rounds in me. U.S. Open, I had a 62 around here before, and yesterday was a really low one.”

In other words, don’t count Fleetwood out of this Open just yet.

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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland—It’s been 1,008 years since Carnoustie witnessed a clash as tantalizing as what lies ahead Sunday at the 147th British Open. That was the Battle of Barry, when the king of the Scots Malcolm II held off pretenders set on usurping his throne.

That was in 1010 A.D. In 2018, it’s just not as clear who actually wears the crown in Carnoustie.

Is it Jordan Spieth? The defending Open champion is tied for the lead.

Or perhaps Tiger Woods? He’s four back and in the hunt at a major for the first time since the Muirfield Open five years ago.

Or is it Rory McIlroy? He owns more majors than any of the other princelings on the leaderboard, and seems intent on reestablishing the rule that had seemed impregnable when he lifted the Claret Jug four years ago.

McIlroy shot 70 on Saturday. It was his worst round of the week and leaves him 5-under-par, four back of Spieth, Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner. He had trailed by just two with three holes to play, but late stumbles left him frustrated.

“I felt like I did well to get 3-under for the round through 15. I would have taken three pars on the way in to be two behind going into tomorrow,” he said. “The only hole I should have made bogey on was 17 after the tee shot, and I got away with par there.”

His bogey on 16 came after he was distracted by a photographer who McIlroy said “was in a world of his own.”

“He was taking a photo of the crowd instead of paying attention to the golf,” the Northern Irishman said. “It’s fine. It’s one of those things that happens. It’s my fault. I didn’t regroup.”

McIlroy knows that a four-stroke deficit isn’t insurmountable with 18 holes to play at this daunting links. After all, Paul Lawrie was in the clubhouse and three strokes adrift when the leader stepped on the 18th tee in 1999. He went home with the trophy.

“I’ve got a bit of experience at this, maybe moreso than some guys on the leaderboard, but the leaderboard is packed with a lot of very good players,” he said. “The only good thing isn’t there’s not many players between me and the lead. Between -5 and -9 there’s only a handful of guys.”

In 2007, Padraig Harrington trailed by six strokes heading in the final round here and emerged victorious. But the fearsome old links is a little more generous this year, and McIlroy knows it will take a low score on Sunday. He has shot final-round 67s in both of the last two years in the Open.

His strategy is to be aggressive.

“Go out there and hit a lot of drivers,” he said simply. “I just need to get off to a fast start tomorrow. I’m still in the tournament. I’m only a few shots behind. The wind is supposed to pick up a little, so it’ll make things interesting.”

With so many variables — and wannabe pretenders to the throne — in the mix for Sunday, McIlroy said he has a target score in mind.

“It really depends on the conditions,” he said. “If I can get to double digits under par I think that will be a good score and we’ll see what happens.”

Spoken like a man who knows posting a score and seeing what happens has often been a winning strategy on this course.

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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland—We’ve got superstars young and old, budding players in peak form and the most eccentric of all British Open venues.

What could go right? Here are five wild scenarios that could play out in the final round of the 147th British Open.

5. Jordan Spieth, Kevin Kisner and Zach Johnson struggle with food poisoning, Justin Rose beats Tiger Woods in playoff.

Staying in the same house this week (in case you missed it) co-leader Jordan Spieth and friends all suffer severe stomach cramps caused by their chef’s decision to serve lightly-seared salmon. Rose takes advantage, posts an early score and holds off Woods, who misses a playoff-forcing birdie putt at 18. Rose then holds up the Claret Jug ceremony 20 minutes after taking a congratulatory call from Queen Elizabeth II. She makes a point to call the first English winner since 1987 and the two end up discussing (at length) their mutual love of horse racing.

Jul 21, 2018; Carnoustie, SCT; Phil Mickelson plays from the rough on the ninth hole during the third round of The Open Championship golf tournament at Carnoustie Golf Links. Mandatory Credit: Ian Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports
Could Lefty fire a 63 on Sunday at Carnoustie? (Ian Rutherford/USA TODAY Sports)
4. Phil Mickelson posts 63 early, watches as wind gusts eliminate multiple contenders.

Claiming his second Claret Jug, Mickelson’s 8-under round is the lowest-ever final score by an Open winner. The round is highlighted by an eagle at the double-green 14th while Woods is on the fourth hole portion. Mickelson leaps in the air after sinking his putt and in the game’s greatest show of sportsmanship since Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson at Turnberry, Woods tips his cap to Mickelson, who returns the gesture.

Jul 21, 2018; Carnoustie, SCT; Jordan Spieth plays his shot from the 18th tee during the third round of The Open Championship golf tournament at Carnoustie Golf Links. Mandatory Credit: Ian Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports
Jordan Spieth will have to be careful Sunday if he hopes to repeat at Champion Golfer of the Year. (Ian Rutherford/USA TODAY Sports)
3. Spieth blows three-stroke lead on 18 after taking 22 minutes to get ruling.

Taking Carnoustie apart in the afternoon winds, Spieth appears set to become the first under-25, back-to-back British Open champion since Young Tom Morris. But a tee shot into Barry Burn, followed by another into the portion fronting the green recalls Jean van de Velde’s epic 1999 collapse. Things turn even more bizarre as Spieth takes his shoes off and heads into the burn to play shot five, only to have some baby ducklings seen all week dislodge his ball. Rules chaos ensues and Van de Velde, working on course for French TV, even offers his advice. Eventually Spieth records seven and edges Woods and Franceso Molinari in a four-hole aggregate playoff.

Jul 21, 2018; Carnoustie, Angus, SCT; Tiger Woods lines up a putt on the seventh green during the third round of The Open Championship golf tournament at Carnoustie Golf Links. Mandatory Credit: Steve Flynn-USA TODAY Sports
An eight-man playoff for 2018 British Open? Why not? (Steve Flynn/USA TODAY Sports)
2. Spieth, Schauffele, Kisner, Chappell, Molinari, Woods, Noren and McIlroy head to playoff.

In the ultimate sign of modern day parity, a record is set for the number of participants in a British Open playoff. Following criticism for breaking up 2002’s four-man playoff, the R&A sends out an eightsome who take two hours, only to eliminate two players after the first four holes.  Kisner eventually sinks the winning putt at 10:35 p.m. local time and before a crowd of 500 or-so devoted fans, credits his playing eightsomes back home in Aiken, S.C. money games. The R&A declares soon after play that they will look into equipment rule changes to better allow top players to separate themselves so the Open will never go through such a grueling day again.

An emotional Tiger Woods of the United States poses with the Claret Jug after winning the 135th British Open Golf Championships in Hoylake, in Liverpool, in north-west England, 23 July 2006. AFP PHOTO/JOHN D MCHUGH (Photo credit should read JOHN D MCHUGH/AFP/Getty Images)
It’s only been 12 years since Tiger Woods last won The Open. (John D. McHugh/Getty Images)
2. Woods shoots 67 to Spieth’s 73, wins 15th major and sobs during Claret Jug ceremony.

In a final round declared comparable with Ben Hogan’s 67 at Oakland Hills, Woods hits stingers under the forecasted 25-mph gusting winds to carve his way around Carnoustie. Spieth’s 73 is the best from the leading trio but it’s not enough to hold off Woods, who breaks down crying afterward. He declares the 15th major win his finest career moment, dedicates it to the fans for giving him the encouragement to return from injury and New York City schedules the first ticker tape parade since Hogan’s post-Carnoustie celebration in 1953.

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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – The biggest difference between Jordan Spieth on Friday and Saturday was upstairs. No, not his mental game, but rather what was underneath his black Under Armour cap.

Spieth’s hair was getting a little long, so Saturday morning he laced up his sneakers and went for a stroll through the town of Carnoustie, looking for a barbershop.

Risky, yes, and Spieth found that out the hard way.

“He went a little high and tight,” Spieth said. “It was intended to be what I normally get, and instead he went a little shorter. Very British haircut. A little shaved on the sides, a little longer on top. It is what it is. Summertime, it works out.”

Said housemate Kevin Kisner, who shares the lead with Spieth after 54 holes: “It looked like a military grade haircut.”

The local barber certainly was no Debbie, a lady back in Aiken, S.C., who cuts Kisner’s hair for the rate of $25, including tip. Spieth’s new hair-do cost him about the same: Nine pounds, plus an 11-pound tip.

Surely, the barber recognized Spieth?

“I don’t think so,” Spieth said. “He didn’t really say much.”

Should Spieth win a second straight Claret Jug, it’s likely the barber will.

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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – There’s a large mound that splits the 12th and 13th greens at Carnoustie and it’s where media members sit or kneel or stand to watch the action.

The mound was nearly full of bodies when Tiger Woods walked off the tee at the par-3 13th. There are relatively few fans in this area compared to tournaments in the U.S. so voices carry a little more, and on that mound a radio broadcaster with a British accent said something that would have been impossible to believe not long ago.

“Tiger Woods will have a very makeable birdie putt to tie for the lead in a major.”

And sure enough on the next hole, the par-5 14th, with Matt Kuchar, Erik van Rooyen and both caddies watching closely from the shared fourth green, Woods tapped in for birdie to claim a share of the lead at the 147th British Open.

“Given what happened the last few years, I didn’t know if that would ever happen again, but here I am with a chance coming up Sunday in a major championship,” Woods said. “It’s going to be fun.”

Saturday was a hell of a lot of fun too. Woods shot 5-under 66 to get to T-6 and if you saw it, you definitely felt something.

For the first time all week the Scottish crowd gave in and began chanting his name as he walked up the 10th fairway, toward a Bridgestone golf ball that nearly dropped for a hole-out eagle and would soon find its home in the bottom of the cup for the second of three consecutive birdies.

Carnoustie isn’t like most stateside courses that loop back toward the clubhouse on nine. If you want beers at the turn you better pack your own. The No. 9 green and No. 10 tee are as far away from the clubhouse as one can get on property and it’s where Woods got super aggressive and started this thing without warning.

He pulled driver at No. 9 for the first time this week and missed a tad left, but it was close enough to the green that he got out of the knee-high grass and onto the green to give himself a long look.

Birdie.

He pulled driver at No. 10 for the second time this week and crushed it down the middle of the fairway, sticking his approach to tap-in range which led to the aforementioned “Ti-Ger, Ti-Ger, Ti-Ger” chant.

Birdie.

He pulled driver at No. 11 for the first time this week and nearly drove the green, his ball just short and left and leaving an easy two putt.

Birdie.

That got Woods to 5 under, just one off the lead, and the subplot of sudden aggressive club selection coupled with his rapid leaderboard movement in context with the bigger 10-year major drought picture was as captivating a scene as one will find in all of sports.

Woods hit driver just three times combined in Rounds 1 and 2, but he pulled big stick six times Saturday – at holes No. 2, 6, 9, 10, 11 and 14 – and made five birdies and one par. Woods paid close attention to the morning action and saw a lot of birdies out of there, and he decided it was time to step on the gas.

“Just thought that with some of the pin locations that if we missed on the correct side, we could still have easy shots into the green today,” Woods said.

He definitely made it look easy for 15 holes, a lone bogey coming at the par-3 16th after an approach shot that was nearly perfect but ultimately drifted off the green.

The only bad tee shot was at 18, where he nearly pulled the new TaylorMade driving iron out of bounds left. He had a bit of room, laid up well short of the burn and threw a wedge into the green for a gutsy closing par.

He’s four shots behind co-leaders Jordan Spieth, Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner entering the final round, the first time he’s seriously contended in one since the 2013 Masters. After the round he was asked where a win Sunday would rank against the rest of his 14 career majors.

“We’re not there yet,” Woods said, flashing a huge smile. “I know what you’re trying to say and asking, but let me try and get there first. … Then ask me again.”

These are the bonus years of Woods’ career, one which looked like it was over countless times before his 42nd birthday last December. It’s hard to be overly critical when he stumbles, like the missed cut at the U.S. Open, because we know what he endured just to get to Shinnecock in the first place. And the critics have still found every opportunity to inject a “Yeah, but …” when he surprises us like he first did with 330-plus yard drives and a T-9 finish in his initial return at the Hero World Challenge last December.

“Yeah, but he won’t do this in a Tour event.”

He stunned everyone with a T-2 finish at the Valspar Championship, where he contended from start to finish and came within one shot of a playoff.

“Yeah, but the field was weak and he hit iron off 18 when he needed to make a birdie.”

He followed that up with a T-5 against a loaded field at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

“Yeah, but he can’t contend in a major.”

So much for that.

Woods has gone from an afterthought to the center of the golfing world in just seven short months, and he’s on the verge of the unthinkable after 18 brilliant holes Saturday at Carnoustie.

“It’s been a few years since I’ve felt like this,” Woods said.

He’s not the only one.

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5-under ‘is definitely within reach’ – Woods http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/5-under-is-definitely-within-reach-woods/ http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/5-under-is-definitely-within-reach-woods/#respond Sat, 21 Jul 2018 18:49:02 +0000 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/5-under-is-definitely-within-reach-woods/ A resurgent Tiger Woods reflected on his impressive 66 third round at The Open Championship at Carnoustie on Saturday (21st July).

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Molinari expects Sunday to be a ‘different story’ after R3 65 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/molinari-expects-sunday-to-be-a-different-story-after-r3-65/ http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/molinari-expects-sunday-to-be-a-different-story-after-r3-65/#respond Sat, 21 Jul 2018 18:48:02 +0000 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/molinari-expects-sunday-to-be-a-different-story-after-r3-65/ In-form Italian Francesco Molinari reflected on his third round (65) at The Open Championship at Carnoustie on Saturday (21st July).

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Following a second-round 71, Brittany Lincicome reflects on her play in the 2018 Barbasol Championship.

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2018 British Open: Live blog, Round 3 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/2018-british-open-live-blog-round-3/ http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/2018-british-open-live-blog-round-3/#respond Sat, 21 Jul 2018 10:57:35 +0000 http://elpasotimes.sportstonews.com/2018/07/21/2018-british-open-live-blog-round-3/ A third-round live blog of the 2018 British Open at Carnoustie.

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The Open Championship continues Saturday at Carnoustie.

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