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Danny Willett believes newly-crowned Open champion Jordan Spieth was always capable of recovering from his Masters meltdown.
Rory McIlroy believes he has finally found some momentum in time for the final major of the year.
Open champion Jordan Spieth remains wary about comparisons with Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, despite his remarkable achievements continuing to make them inevitable.
Jordan Spieth celebrated a "dream come true" following his remarkable Open victory at Royal Birkdale.
American Jordan Spieth has set his sights on the career grand slam after exorcising the demons of last year’s Masters capitulation by winning the Open at Royal Birkdale.
Matthew Southgate immediately set his sights on his 'home' Open at Carnoustie after playing a superb final round at Royal Birkdale.
London's Alfie Plant announced plans to turn professional after being formally confirmed as the Open's silver medal winner.
Jordan Spieth admitted memories of his Masters meltdown flashed through his mind as he brilliantly avoided a repeat performance to claim one of the most remarkable victories in Open Championship history.
Jordan Spieth will learn from his Masters collapse as well as his major triumphs as he tries to secure the third leg of the career grand slam in the Open Championship.
Aberdeen's Richie Ramsay felt he passed a big mental test on the third day of the Open - even if he could not match Jordan Spieth's standards.
World number one Dustin Johnson believes he will have to shoot much better than his third-round 64 to have any chance of winning the Open.
Record-breaker Branden Grace insists he had no idea he had written his name into the history books with the first 62 in men's major history.
Tommy Fleetwood has called for the Open to be held at Royal Birkdale more often.
South Africa's Branden Grace carded the first 62 in men's major championship history as Jordan Spieth took a step closer to his own place in the record books at Royal Birkdale.
American Jordan Spieth will take a two shot lead into the third round of the Open championship today after a dazzling display around a wet and wild Royal Birkdale.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay is in the position to turn his childhood dream of becoming an Open champion into reality after a gutsy second round at Royal Birkdale.
Scotland's Richie Ramsay hopes his 16-month-old daughter can prevent him going "off kilter" as he challenges for the Open title at Royal Birkdale.
Sergio Garcia feared he had blown his chances of winning the Open Championship with a self-inflicted shoulder injury after he lashed out at a gorse bush at Royal Birkdale.
An "ecstatic" Rory McIlroy had no need for a pep talk after one of his best Open Championship rounds kept him firmly in contention for a fifth major title at a wet and windy Royal Birkdale.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay thanked playing partner Matt Kuchar for inspiring him to a promising start at the 146th Open championship.
Rory McIlroy said it took a stern pep talk from his caddie to keep alive his chances of claiming the Claret Jug for the second time.
A struggling Rory McIlroy admits he needed a kick up the backside from caddie JP Fitzgerald to get his Open back on track after it looked like he was crashing halfway through his first round.
A revitalised Ian Poulter expressed his pride at completing the transition from commentator to contender after making a record start to the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth gave himself nine out of 10 after beginning his bid to secure the third leg of a career grand slam in impressive fashion in the 146th Open Championship.
Get your money on me – that was the message from Rory McIlroy ahead of the 146th Open championship getting under way at Royal Birkdale.
World number one Dustin Johnson will have no distractions at Royal Birkdale this week as he seeks to avoid a third successive missed cut.
Rory McIlroy admits it is hard to argue with being rated a 20/1 chance to win the Open Championship, but believes he can defy the odds and regain the Claret Jug at Royal Birkdale.
Chief executive Martin Slumbers insists the R&A has no regrets about the decision to ditch terrestrial television after labelling the BBC's Open coverage "tired and outdated".
Brooks Koepka believes the days of one player dominating the sport of golf is over.
Open champion Henrik Stenson has promised to take the Claret Jug skydiving if he successfully defends the title at Royal Birkdale.
Jordan Spieth reckons the Open championship is the easiest major to win because bad weather can take half the field out of the running for the Claret Jug.
Lee Westwood hopes to use "cunning and guile" to finally claim a first major title in the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.