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The Open begins on Thursday 16 July and ends Sunday 19 July.
The British Open will take place at “The Home of Golf” in St. Andrews, in Fife on the east coast of Scotland for the first time since 2010. It will be the 29th time the Open has been staged on the course
Play will start around 6.25am on Thursday and Friday. After the cut, things should get under way about 9am.
Rory McIlroy the world number one and defending Champion was the favorite into the tournament. But in the week before he announced that he had suffered a “total rupture” of his left ankle sustained “in a soccer kickabout with friends”, the Northern Irishman confirmed he would not be present at the Open.
The tournament will not be the same without world No.1 and defending champion McIlroy.
Who is the favorite now?
Jordan Spieth, The 21-year-old from Texas has won the last two majors, coming off victories at the Masters and the U.S. Open, No player has won three majors in a row since Tiger Woods won the US Open, Open and PGA Championships in 2000. Ben Hogan was the last player to win the first three majors of the year, back in 1953.
Tiger Woods, on the other hand, will try to jumpstart his faltering career after a disastrous showing in the U.S. Open