;british;open;preview royal;lythaM;&;st.annes;34;A look at the course hosting the 141st British Open ÷ brett avery Don’t;worry;about;Me;38;Lee Westwood hopes to make this year’s British Open his first major win in 58 tries, but if he doesn’t, life will go on—quite nicely ÷ john huggan holloweD;grounD;46;When it comes to defending historic British Open venues from today’s power game, bunkers have increasingly become the R&A’s No. 1 weapon ÷ brett avery the;great;pause;56;From 1940 through 1945, the British Open gave way to World War II, when golfers handled the conflict with resolve, humor and all manner of sacrifice ÷ john strege Features eeing;her;way;clear;24;A Saturday 65, a bounce-back birdie and some good advice point Na Yeon Choi to the U.S. Women’s Open title, her first major win ÷ ron sirak surprise;enDing;28;As Webb Simpson wobbles home, lefty Ted Potter Jr. emerges from a who’s-he pack to win The Greenbrier Classic ÷ jim moriarty bunker the;leaD;7;Tiger’s run at the all-time win mark reminds us Sam Snead was good too ÷ bill Fields news/notes;8;Season-long performance on the Web.com Tour still a path to the big show rosaForte;report;13;Padraig Harrington’s game has returned, making him a man on a major mission tour;talk;16;Kirk Triplett takes the First Tee title; Marcel Siem claims the French Open crown equipMent;19;Tour wins prove to be a big deal for small putter companies ÷ e. michael johnson travel;21;Brad Faxon’s Rhode Island has classic courses and plenty of charm ÷ ryan herrington backspin;22;Joyce Ziske Malison won four times in five years then called it a career ÷ mike cullity voices Dave;sheDloski;63;Youthful amateurs were plentiful and played without fear at the U.S. Women’s Open ron;sirak;65;Dottie Pepper is out of the Solheim Cup doghouse. Is a U.S. captaincy next? ryan;herrington;66;College golf powerhouses increasingly are giving young coaches a shot geoFF;ogilvy;68;Royal Lytham & St. Annes is a thinking-man’s test that will identify the best player
38Westwood’s major focus is on what lies ahead.
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