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Grace's Record Day

PGA Tour

Grace was unaware of record day.

Michael Collins recounts his conversation with Branden Grace, who admitted that he didn't know he was the first golfer to shoot 62 in a major round.

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OnScene at Royal Birkdale

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Playing in his last Open because he has reached the age of 60, Mark O'Meara was granted the honor of teeing off first. It turned out to be a horror. O'Meara, the 1998 champ at Royal Birkdale, sailed his first tee shot out of bounds in driving rain and ended up shooting 81. "My name is on my golf bag, I've won the Open Championship, I'm in the Hall of Fame, when you hit one straight right off the first tee out of bounds. . . my day was toast after that first tee shot. But I still had to play.'' O'Meara made an 8 on the hole and shot 43 for the first 9 holes. "At one point I felt like I was going to shoot 90 out there,'' he said. "You still play for your pride.''

Bob Harig, ESPN Senior Writer

Major questions

Final practice day

The 146th Open


Westwood retains Open focus despite agent split.

Lee Westwood refused to comment on his recent split from longtime agent Andrew 'Chubby' Chandler ahead of The Open.

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Garcia conquers all, wins Masters

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