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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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Grace's Record Day

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Grace's caddie kept round low-key.

Michael Collins joins SportsCenter to provide background on Branden Grace's record round at The Open.

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Round 2 at The Open

Open Analysis

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Weather shaking up The Open.

Bob Harig shares insight on Phil Mickelson missing the cut, while Jordan Spieth leads the pack after the second round of The Open at Royal Birkdale.

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What are Spieth's chances of winning The Open?

Tony Kornheiser and Pablo Torre dissect Jordan Spieth's Open chances after he ends the second round with a two-stroke lead.

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Rory's Open Rebound

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Mcllroy fancies chances of Open victory.

Rory McIlroy said his second round at The Open has got him back into contention.

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At The Open

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Spieth: I feel nervous leading The Open.

Jordan Spieth has admitted he feels nervous going into the final round of The Open with a two-shot lead at Royal Birkdale.

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Inside The Open

Open Contenders?

Open Analysis

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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

Rough Road At The Open?

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The subtle difference between a draw and fade off the tee.

Tony Finau steps into the ESPN Sport Science lab to show the difference between hitting the two drives.

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Lefty Is Doing What?

Collins: 'Smart move by Phil' to not have driver at The Open.

Michael Collins explains why Phil Mickelson is not keeping a driver in his bag for The Open.

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Final practice day

Open Predictions

DJ Ready To Find His Form?

Putter the key club for DJ.

After struggling in recent starts, including a missed cut at the U.S. Open, world No. 1 Dustin Johnson has been working more on the greens ahead of this week's Open at Royal Birkdale.

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The 146th Open

Rose's Open Chances?

Rose's Open Chances?

Rose taking inspiration from Federer.

Justin Rose said he has been watching Roger Federer at Wimbledon for guidance ahead of The Open this week at Royal Birkdale.

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Rose: I've dreamed about this since I was 18.

Justin Rose reflected on his Open debut at Royal Birkdale in 1998, when he finished tied for fourth place at the age of 17 as an amateur.

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Garcia: The Open is a 'special' tournament.

Masters champion Sergio Garcia has expressed his desire to win The Open, calling it as the most special tournament.

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Fowler building confidence from 2015 Scottish Open success.

Rickie Fowler believes his triumph at the 2015 Scottish Open has helped his confidence playing on links golf courses.

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Bubba Practiced Where?

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Who's that disturbing me while I'm getting my "work" done beating the other writers at Formby Golf Club?! None other than Bubba Watson (laying down) and that's caddie Teddie Scott in full karate mode along with John Limanti (Aaron Baddeley). Both Watson and Scott were fresh off the plane from the John Deere Classic. They wanted to play golf, but away from the crowds at The Open course at Royal Birkdale so they snuck over to Formby Golf Club and walked 18 holes. Bubba said he slept 7 of the 8 hours the flight took to get to the U.K.

Michael Collins, ESPN Senior Writer

At The Open

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Player: Woods faces a monumental challenge.

Nine-time major winner Gary Player believes Tiger Woods faces an extremely tough challenge to return to tournament-winning form.

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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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U.S. Women's Open

The Open Championship

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It shouldn't come as a surprise, considering he hasn't played competitively for six months, but Tiger Woods fell outside the top 1,000 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in his career on Monday. That's right -- Woods has never been lower on the list. After receiving his first ranking points as an amateur in 1994, he instantly leapt to 730th. Now, though, after playing just seven events in the two-year rolling calendar, he is officially No. 1,005, right between James Beck III and Henric Sturehed.

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

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Garcia conquers all, wins Masters

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