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Six-time major champion Phil Mickelson doesn't waste an opportunity to have fun with Bryson DeChambeau.
For this year's Open Championship, the prize money amounts to over £8 million.
We may have chosen who we think will win the Open Championship, but we have some more selections to keep your mind occupied.
Lee Westwood has had so many close calls at major championships in his career, but the Englishman believes that he can contend at Royal St. George's.
Take a look at our comprehensive guide of the 2021 Open Championship field.
Rory McIlroy believes that during his practice rounds, he has found something which stands him in good stead for this week's Open Championship.
Ian Finnis believes that "The Scientist" needs to look over his numbers after he claimed he shouts "fore" 99% of the time.
Bryson says he would have no problem being paired with Brooks at the Ryder Cup this September...
Brooks Koepka might not be a fan of Royal St George's but he certainly still fancies his chances of a first Claret Jug...
Former World No. 1 Jon Rahm revealed that he has had to overcome a lack of mobility in his right ankle throughout his career in golf.
DeChambeau hits back at claims he fails to ever shout "FORE" at PGA Tour events...
Koepka discusses the origin of his feud with DeChambeau ahead of the Open Championship, and he explains what will likely happen at the Ryder Cup...
Make sure you know when your favourite players are teeing off by reading our guide for Rounds 1 and 2 of the Open Championship.
Billy Horschel finished in a tie for 54th at the Scottish Open last week, as he prepares to tee it up with his new West Ham United golf bag at the Open Championship.
The straightest hitters off the tee on the PGA Tour who are lining up at The Open at Royal St George's this week
Make sure you know when to tune into the final major championship of the season...
R&A confirms strict protocols to remain in place at The Open at Royal St George's
How will Bryson DeChambeau get on at Royal St. George's this week?
After two years of waiting, the Open Championship is back in 2021 and Royal St. George's will be the scene of the hotly anticipated tournament.
Bubba Watson has joined the ever-growing list of players to withdraw from the Open Championship as a result of Covid-19-related issues
Hideki Matsuyama has tested positive for Coronavirus, while Matthew Wolff has not given a reason for his withdrawal as of yet.
Two Major golf Championships – The Open and The Senior Open Presented by Rolex– are spearheading more sustainable sports events post Covid with the help of Swedish drinking water company Bluewater.
The Open Championship returns to Royal St. George's in Kent this year as reigning champion Shane Lowry will finally have the chance to defend his crown.
The R&A introduces a ticket ballot for the 150th Open Championship at Royal St George's to ensure the most equitable ticket sales process possible...