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US Masters Golf 2010

It is nearly that time of the year again for the first major of the golfing calendar, the 2010 US Masters.

I guess the big question on everybody’s lips will be if Tiger Woods is to make an appearance or not at this years Masters.

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Stewart Cink wins the 138th British Open at Turnberry

Cink Open Golf
It was a mixed day at Turnberry which saw Tom Watson needing a par 4 on the 18th hole to pick up his sixth Open Championship, and second at Turnberry.

Watson bogeyed the 18th and went into a two way play off with Stewart Cink who had just birdied the 18th.

It was a 4 hole playoff over 5, 6, 17 and 18 which saw Cink win by six shots when Watson faded pretty much straight away.

It is a real shame for Tom Watson who was leading on every day of the championships.

Next year the
2010 Open Championship is from St. Andrews, the home of golf. Seve is hoping to play and who knows....

Paddy Power Open Golf Betting Advice

Open Golf Betting

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Looks like they all had a great day in the Car Park, hopefully the
Turnberry weather will be better!

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2009 British Open Golf Betting

The 2009 British Open starts this week from Turnberry in Scotland. The Ailsa course once again takes centre stage in the biggest Golf Major of the year.

This is the third of the four Golf Majors. The
2009 US Masters was won by Angel Cabrera and the 2009 US Open was won by Lucas Glover, both of these are first time Major winners.

Will the
2009 British Open see another 1st time Major winner?

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2009 Open Golf Championships.

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The current odds for the championships are as follows:

Tiger Woods 9/4
Sergio Garcia 20/1
Lee Westwood 25/1
Rory McIlroy 25/1
Ian Poulter 28/1
Martin Kaymer 28/1
Padraig Harrington 28/1
Paul Casey 28/1
Henrik Stenson 33/1
Hunter Mahan 33/1
Steve Stricker 33/1
Anthony Kim 35/1
Jim Furyk 35/1
Ernie Els 40/1
Retief Goosen 40/1
Ross Fisher 40/1
Geoff Ogilvy 45/1
Kenny Perry 50/1
Adam Scott 50/1
Camilo Villegas 55/1
Angel Cabrera 66/1
Vijay Singh 66/1
Zach Johnson 66/1
Graeme McDowell 66/1
Ben Curtis 66/1
Sean O'Hair 66/1
Brandt Snedeker 80/1
David Toms 80/1
Luke Donald 80/1
Nick Watney 80/1
Andres Romero 100/1
Justin Leonard 100/1
Justin Rose 100/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 100/1
Mike Weir 100/1
Soren Hansen 100/1
Tim Clark 100/1
Nick Dougherty 100/1
Lucas Glover 100/1
David Duval 100/1
Brian Gay 100/1
K J Choi 125/1
Robert Allenby 125/1
Stephen Ames 125/1
Stewart Cink 125/1
Richard Green 125/1
Darren Clarke 125/1
Oliver Wilson 125/1
Colin Montgomerie 125/1
Johan Edfors 125/1
Dustin Johnson 125/1
Soren Kjeldsen 125/1
Davis Love 125/1
Alvaro Quiros 125/1
Rory Sabbatini 125/1
Boo Weekley 150/1
Stuart Appleby 150/1
Chad Campbell 150/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 150/1
Peter Hanson 150/1
Ryuji Imada 150/1
Thomas Levet 150/1
Charl Schwartzel 150/1
Jeev Milkha Singh 150/1
Ben Crane 150/1
Steve Marino 150/1
Rod Pampling 200/1
Fredrik Jacobson 200/1
David Drysdale 200/1
Rafa Echenique 200/1
Richard Finch 200/1
Anders Hansen 200/1
Charley Hoffman 200/1
J B Holmes 200/1
Raphael Jacquelin 200/1
Matt Kuchar 200/1
Pablo Larrazabal 200/1
Paul Lawrie 200/1
Francesco Molinari 200/1
Louis Oosthuizen 200/1
Gary Orr 200/1
Anthony Wall 200/1
Bubba Watson 200/1
Chris Wood 200/1
Bryce Molder 200/1
Markus Brier 200/1
Matthew Goggin 200/1
Oliver Fisher 250/1
Ryo Ishikawa 250/1
David Smail 250/1
Tomohiro Kondo 250/1
Kenichi Kuboya 250/1
Koumei Oda 250/1
Briny Baird 250/1
John Daly 250/1
Rhys Davies 250/1
Branden Grace 250/1
Todd Hamilton 250/1
Peter Hedblom 250/1
David Howell 250/1
Charles Howell 250/1
Thongchai Jaidee 250/1
Richard S Johnson 250/1
James Kingston 250/1
Wen Chong Liang 250/1
Prayad Marksaeng 250/1
Paul McGinley 250/1
Carl Pettersson 250/1
Richie Ramsay 250/1
Robert Rock 250/1
Richard Sterne 250/1
Graeme Storm 250/1
Azuma Yano 250/1
Paul Goydos 250/1
Thomas Aiken 250/1
Peter Baker 250/1
Fredrik Andersson Hed 250/1
Greg Norman 300/1
Paul Broadhurst 300/1
Mark Brown 300/1
Mark Calcavecchia 300/1
Michael Campbell 300/1
Marc Cayeux 300/1
James Driscoll 300/1
Ken Duke 300/1
Josh Geary 300/1
Martin Laird 300/1
Tom Lehman 300/1
Damien McGrane 300/1
Jeff Overton 300/1
Terry Pilkadaris 300/1
Kevin Sutherland 300/1
D J Trahan 300/1
Timothy Wood 300/1
Michael Wright 300/1
David Higgins 300/1
Eliot Saltman 300/1
Lloyd Saltman 300/1
Yuta Ikeda 300/1
Jaco Ahlers 300/1
Gaganjeet Bhullar 500/1
Stephan Gross 500/1
Jeremy Kavanagh 500/1
Sandy Lyle 500/1
Billy Mayfair 500/1
Mark O'Meara 500/1
Tim Stewart 500/1
Bruce Vaughan 500/1
Tom Watson 500/1
Matteo Manassero 500/1
Nick Faldo 500/1
Daniel Gaunt 500/1
Peter Ellebye 500/1
Steve Surry 500/1
Thomas Haylock 500/1
Daniel Wardrop 500/1

Lucas Glover Wins the 2009 US Open Golf Championship

Lucas Glover 2009 US Open
Congratulations to Lucas Glover on winning the 2009 US Open Golf Championship from Bethpage Black Course in New York.

Lucas Glover said he hoped he would not "downgrade" the US Open title after his unlikely victory elevated him alongside the sport's most illustrious stars.

"I dreamed about it as a kid and pulled it off," said Glover, who came into the tournament ranked 71st in the world.

"It's an honour to be on the trophy with names such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods. I hope I don't downgrade it or anything."

Glover fought off a late charge from
Phil Mickelson to win his first major.

Pre event favorite, Tiger Woods, finished in sixth on level par after a great last round of 69.

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2009 US Masters Day Three Review

Angel Cabrera

Day three of the 2009 US Masters finished with Argentina’s
Angel Cabrera and America’s Kenny Perry both sharing the lead at eleven under par.

Chad Campbell is in second place at nine under par with Jim Furyk in third place at eith under par.

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Cabrera shot a three-under 69 and Perry a 70, with Chad Campbell leading the chasing pack on nine under.

Jim Furyk and Steve Stricker carded 68s, with Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood the leading Europeans on four under.

Padraig Harrington and Tiger Woods had problems and look unlikely to figure, while Sergio Garcia carded a 75.

Shingo Katayama of Japan, bidding to become the first Asian to win a men's major, was tied with South African Rory Sabbatini and American Todd Hamilton on six under.

Tiger Woods (70) and Phil Mickelson (71), numbers one and two in the world, will be disappointed not to have made up more ground as they finished four under in joint 10th.

"I think for me to have a chance it will take a round of 64 or 65 [on Sunday]," said Mickelson. "But I think it's out there.

"A lot of things happen on Sunday at Augusta, and I would never put it past happening again. At this golf course funny things can happen and if you get momentum on your side and you're making some birdies, you can make a lot of them."

2009 US Masters Day Two Review

Day two of the 2009 US Masters saw a slight change in the weather with gusting winds and overcast skies. Some great rounds were still carded and we see Chad Campbell and Kenny Perry sharing the lead on nine under par.

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Kenny Perry shot a bogey-free five-under-par 67 to join Chad Campbell at the top of the Masters leaderboard on nine under after two rounds at Augusta.

Overnight leader Campbell fired a two-under-par 70 while Angel Cabrera carded a 68 to sit third on eight under.

Tiger Woods had another low-key round and is two under after a level-par 72.

Northern Ireland teenager Rory McIlroy dropped five shots in the last three holes but avoided disqualification for kicking sand in a bunker on the 18th.

Woods, who returned an opening-round 70 on Thursday, had birdies on holes 6 and 8 and bogeys on 7 and 9. After birdying 15 he bogeyed 18 for the second day running.

"There were a lot of wasted opportunities out there," he said. "I hit some good putts today, better than yesterday for sure, but I still didn't make much.

"Obviously I need to play a bit better over the weekend than I have been. I need to make few more putts and hopefully get it going."

On each of the three previous occasions Woods has started a Masters by shooting 70, he has gone on to claim victory.

But the 33-year-old, competing in his first major since knee surgery, had before never failed to score in the 60s on Friday having shot a 70 on Thursday.

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2009 US Masters Day One Review

US Masters 2009 Day One
Day One of the 2009 US Masters saw Chad Cambell lead the masters after a first round 65. Tiger Woods is 5 shots off the lead after carding a two under par 70 on the first day at the Augusta National Golf Course.

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Chad Campbell led the Masters after the first round yielded low scores aplenty in perfect conditions at Augusta.

Campbell, 34, surged to nine under, before two late bogeys left him with a seven-under 65, one ahead of fellow Americans Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan.

Tiger Woods was in decent shape five shots off the lead, and one adrift of leading Europeans Padraig Harrington, Ross Fisher and Graeme McDowell.

Phil Mickelson and Sergio Garcia both disappointed with rounds of 73.

Accessible pin placings, sunny weather and light winds took much of the fire out of the course. And many players were eager to make the most of the situation while they could.

Campbell had a perfect start, with birdies on each of the first five holes, before he bided his time a little, playing par golf from the sixth to the 11th.

But the Texan exploded into life again with putts of between six and eight feet disappearing into the cup for birdies at 12, 13 and 14.

Through the green in two at the long 15th, a brilliant chip back set up a tap-in for the ninth birdie.

Par golf from there would have given him a 63 to match the course record established by Greg Norman in 1996 and Nick Price 10 years earlier. But the round ended poorly - an approach into the bunker at 17 brought him his first dropped shot, and he finished off with a missed short putt for par at the last.

Woods, making his first major appearance in a major since winning last year's US Open after being sidelined with knee surgery, was a slow starter.

But a two-putt birdie at 13 took him to one under and he followed with a 20-foot birdie putt at the next before picking up another shot at the 15th.

The 16th and 17th saw birdie chances come and go, but he went to the last just one shot away from the group tying for sixth place on four under.

However, he over-hit his approach and could not keep his third shot on the top tier of the green, so it was a closing bogey and a two-under-par 70 for the four-time Masters winner.

Harrington, hunting a third major win on the bounce, took longer than some to find his rhythm. But the traditionally awkward stretch of holes known as Amen Corner smiled on the Irishman, with birdies at 12 and 13.

A bogey six on the long 15th - a hole which has got the better of him several times in the past - was a blow Harrington could have done without.

But he saved a good par at the short 16th after going way too long, birdied the 440-yard 17th with a brilliant putt from the fringe and almost made another from 15 feet on the last.

"The golf course is set up for good scoring," said Harrington. "I was disappointed with 14, 15, 16 where there were opportunities, but this round keeps me in the tournament. I'm happy."

Defending champion Trevor Immelman had three straight birdies on the back nine on his way to a one-under-par 71.

Fisher, the 28-year-old from Berkshire making his Masters debut, was one of the early starters. He was a shot clear of the pack when walking off the 16th green with a birdie following a confidently-struck downhill putt.

An approach hit into a greenside bunker and an ill-directed tee shot cost him strokes at each of the last two holes, however, to knock the gloss off his round.

Fisher said: "If you can walk off Augusta National disappointed with a 69 you were doing something right. You dream of playing in the Masters and I've been dreaming of it for a very long time.

"Just to get an invitation and feel you belong is a great achievement. Being my first Masters, obviously I'm going to cherish every moment, but I feel like I have a chance of winning. I'm here to do my best and do my damnedest to win."

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2009 US Masters Golf Championship

It is that time of the year again.

The 2009 US Masters gets underway this Thursday the 9th April 2009 from Augusta Georgia on the famous Alistair McKensie course.

If you fancy a bet, Tiger Woods is the current favorite running at 15/8 with Phil Mickelson at 8/1.

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Padraig Harrington Becomes First European to Win Two Consecutive British Opens

After a week full of speculation regarding Greg Norman’s possible chance at a victory, thirty-six year old Irishman, Padraig Harrington emerged as the winner of the British Open last Sunday.

Harrington managed to beat out both Norman and Ian Poulter for a four-shot victory due to an excellent performance at the par 5s and finished with a 1-under 69 despite enormous winds. Even though Harrington was suffering from a sore right wrist (which stopped his practice after only nine swings at the Royal Birkdale earlier in the week) he managed to combat both disagreeable gusts and a late-game charge by Poulter. Greg Norman and Ian Poulter’s losses may have given Harrington the consecutive European record but it also meant the end of two other milestones in the making. Norman, fifty-three was set to become the oldest major champion and Poulter the first English champion since 1992 saw Nick Faldo take the British Open.

Perhaps most surprising is the credit Harrington gives to his injury in winning the British Open and becoming the first European to take the title two years straight. The Irishman credited his sore wrist as the reason he was able to relax and lower his personal expectations which eventually led to the victory.

Phil Mickelson Eyes Royal Birkdale Win with Tiger’s Absence

Although Phil Mickelson is certainly no slouch on the links the absence of Tiger Woods at this year’s Royal Birkdale may provide just the opportunity he needs to win the competition and finally take the title. The Birkdale course marks the location where Mickelson made his amateur debut in 1991 and holds a special place in his heart.

Tiger Woods is unable to play the game because of a knee surgery which leaves Mickelson as perhaps the top contender for the prestigious event. In spite of an unremarkable showing at the Scottish Open the golfer maintains that the three week break allowed him more than enough time to properly prepare for the Royal Birkdale. Mickelson reported that a chance to play the course and acclimatize to the British time zone has gone a long way toward adjusting his body and mind for the task at hand and he feels ready to take a real shot at the challenge.

Of course only time will tell how well
Mickelson is able to fare but punters and fans alike are putting a lot of faith into the player as he readies for Royal Birkdale. He has been working hard at preparing to counter the British oceanic breezes which have wreaked havoc on his game in the past and feels that the time has been well spent and should help ensure a solid performance.

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Liang Wen-Chong Represents China as First Citizen to Enter the British Open

The number one Asian player, Liang Wen-Chong has his eyes set on making history as he becomes the first golfer from mainland China to enter the British Open. Aside from aspirations of personal success in the sport, Liang is also excited to increase national support from his country by becoming a golfer for the Chinese population to follow.

Liang, twenty-nine years old, has only played one other links course during the Dunhill Cup (in St. Andrews, Scotland) but is preparing hard to adjust to the geography, climate and style of play during his practice time leading up to the event. At his previous two appearances during the US Masters and PGA tournaments last year Liang narrowly missed the halfway cut and is anxious to make bigger waves this time around. He should have some extra practice when playing at the Barclays Scottish Open this week however and this time alone could go a long way toward fully tempering his style toward British courses.

The golfer currently enjoys the title of
China’s first citizen to rank first in the Asian Tour 2007 but wants to go further with his talent in the sport. Liang is confident that his game has improved through playing against tough competitors and hopes that his abilities will be enough to truly compete in the British Open.

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Tiger Woods Out for the 2008 Season

Tiger Woods Out for 2008 Knee
Last evening, Tiger Woods announced that he was out for the rest of the 2008 season becuase of his injured knee, and the problems that he suffered with it during his win at Torre Pines to collect the 2008 US Open Championship.

This means that Tiger will miss the
2008 British Open at Royal Birkdale as well as the 2008 USPGA and the 2008 Ryder Cup.

It was important to me that I disclose my condition publicly at an appropriate time," Woods said on his website. "Now, it is clear that the right thing to do is listen to my doctors, follow though with this surgery, and focus my attention on rehabilitating my knee."

So, this rather throws the world of Golf right open for the rest of the 2008 season and it must give the Europeans a massive advantage in the
Ryder Cup.

I am going to
Royal Birkdale with my Son for the 2008 British Open and I know that we will miss Tiger not being there. But we can still watch the other major players and I am sure it will be a fantastic event.

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US Masters Golf - Review of Day 4 - Trevor Immelman wins the 2008 US Masters

Congratulations to Trevor Immelman on winning the 2008 US Masters Golf Championship. Immelman was at the top of the leaderboard for all four days of the Masters and he is the first person to win, after doing this since Ray Floyd in 1976.
Trevor Immelman Wins at Augusta Masters
It got quite close at the end with only a three shot gap between
Trevor Immelman and and the second placed player, Tiger Woods. Immelman started the day on eleven under par, having shot rounds of 68, 68, and 69. He was two shots clear of Brandt Snedeker and Tiger was six shots behind on 5 under par.

In a day which provided difficult scoring conditions, due to the high winds, most of the people high up the leaderboard tailed off with over par rounds. These included Britons,
Paul Casey, Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, and Justin Rose. The final day second placed Brandt Snedeker also have a very bad round and finished on four under having shot a five over par 77 and he shared third place with Stewart Cink.

Tiger Woods had another indifferent day and shot an even par 72 to finish the day as he started on 5 under par. I am sure he will be looking back and realizing that the short putts he missed on the back nine could have made the difference to force a playoff with Trevor Immelman, however, hindsight is a wonderful thing. Woods normally has accurate putting and this is what has made him win 7 of his last 8 professional outings, and the true favorite for the US Masters.

Well, it was nice to see
Immelman win his first major and we wish him all the best for the future. My money was lost, Woods, Rose, and Harrington all failed. Oh well, I am looking forward to the Open already!

USPGA Golf Championship - Tiger Woods Does it Again

Tiger Woods USPGA

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Tiger Woods clinched a 13th major title with a hard-fought victory in the USPGA at a steamy Southern Hills in Oklahoma.

The world number one held off a spirited challenge from Ernie Els and Woody Austin to inch to within five of Jack Nicklaus' major record.

The 31-year-old was three clear overnight but saw a five-shot lead whittled down to one before edging Austin by two and Els by three.

Woods carded 69 for -8, American Austin took 67 and South African Els shot 66.

Australian John Senden and American Arron Oberholser finished one under, while England's Simon Dyson carded a blistering 64 to rocket into a share of sixth at level par and guarantee a return next year.

Woods's victory gave him back-to-back USPGA titles for the second time - he won in 1999 and 2000 - and a fourth USPGA in all. Fellow Americans Jack Nicklaus and Walter Hagen lead the way with five apiece.

The win was built on a sensational round of 63 on Friday when Woods lipped out for birdie on the 18th to miss out by one shot on the record for the lowest score in major history.

A solid 69 on Saturday gave Woods a three-shot cushion over Stephen Ames going into Sunday's final round but the Canadian quickly melted away in the heat to end on two over after a 76.

Woods leaked a couple of wayward drives early on and his lead was cut to two after a bogey on the 2nd to journeyman Austin's birdie up ahead.

But as Woods settled down, the lead fluctuated between two and five shots as the challenges of Austin and Els ebbed and flowed.

Els, six behind overnight, missed golden birdie opportunities on the 9th and 11th but he and Austin both reconvened on six under, two back, after their 14th and 13th holes respectively.

Woods looked worried and a three-putt on 14 brought the gap down to just one.

But Els fell back again up ahead on 16 before Woods bounced back impressively with a 12 footer for birdie on the 15th.

Woods pointed at the cup as the ball dropped as if he knew that would be the death knell for his pursuers.

"I said going to 15, 'you got yourself into this mess, now get yourself out of it. That birdie was huge," said Woods, who won last week's WGC Invitational by eight shots.

From then on he strolled unchallenged to his first major title of 2007 following second at this year's Masters and US Open and tied for 12th at the Open Championship in Carnoustie.

Woods' wife Elin and two-month-old daughter Sam were beside the 18th green to watch him hole the winning putt and he admitted that was a special moment.

"That is a feeling I have never experienced before and to have her (Sam) here brings chills to me even now. It's so cool," he said.

The victory gave Woods 59 PGA Tour wins in 213 professional starts, fifth-best on the all-time list behind Arnold Palmer (62) and five off Ben Hogan in third. Sam Snead holds the career win mark at 82, nine ahead of Nicklaus.

All seven winners of majors held at Southern Hills have now led at both the 54 and 36 hole stage, while the winner of the USPGA has come from the final pairing for the past 11 years.

Els, 37, insisted he is going in the right direction following a fourth place at last month's Open.

"My putts on the 9th and the 11th holes and the drive on 16 are the three shots I'd like to have back," said the world number four.

Els won the US Open in 1994 and 1997 and the Open at Muirfield in 2002 and has had eight top 10s in majors since then.

But he missed most of 2005 after injuring his knee on a sailing holiday and is still trying to rediscover his previous form.

World number three Phil Mickelson carded 17 pars and one birdie in a closing 69 for six over as he struggles back from a wrist injury.

US Open - Won by Angel Cabrera

Congratulations to Angel Cabrera on his victory at Oakmont in the US Open Golf.

The 37-year-old Cabrera was forced to play a cruel game of wait-and-see after posting a 1-under-par 69, which made him the only player in the field to post two sub-par rounds all week and led to his eventual winning total of 5-over-par 285. Cabrera's wait was made exceptionally uncomfortable because after 2003 U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk faltered with a bogey at the 17th hole, the only player left that could catch him was the one player no one wants to be chased by -- 12-time major champ and world No.

...Life is good for Cabrera right now, a three-time winner on the European Tour, whose previous best major championship finish was a tie for fourth at the 1999 British Open -- which coincidentally was played at Carnoustie, the same course that will host the 2007 British Open in five weeks.

...Woods was looking for his first come-from-behind win in a major, but instead had to settle for the fourth runner-up/co-runner-up finish in majors of his career, including the second time in 2007.

...Australia's Aaron Baddeley had a two-shot lead after 54 holes, but saw it disappear after just one hole in the final round with a triple bogey to Woods' par at No.... The three-shot swing put an end to Baddeley, who tied for 13th after his final-round 10-over-par 80 -- his worst round of the week by eight shots.

...Just because Badds made 7 on the first hole, we still have 17 more to go; it's not like they're handing out the trophy on the first green," Woods said.

..."Considering that they softened the golf course up for us and we still shot 5 over par as a winning score, that shows you how difficult this golf course really is.

...Leading into the tournament, the talk surrounding this U.S. Open had less to do with Phil Mickelson's debacle on the 72nd hole at Winged Foot in 2006 and more to due with the left wrist he injured while practicing at brutal Oakmont a couple of weeks before the Open.

...The 10-over 148 total required to make the cut turned out to be the third-highest in relation to par since World War II, tying the 10-over 154 cut line in 1972 at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

..."You should get penalized for missing a shot, but I don't know if it should be as black and white as it is," Ogilvy said, obviously frustrated after his round on Sunday.

...While the U.S. Open didn't end with the best player in the world -- Woods -- taking home his third title, Cabrera's victory made him the third consecutive first-time major winner at the U.S. Open, joining New Zealand's Michael Campbell at Pinehurst in 2005 and Ogilvy last year at Winged Foot.
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