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    Bobby Jones: Lytham’s first

    It is perhaps fitting that Royal Lytham and St Annes can boast that Bobby Jones was its first Open winner.

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    The Donald dilemma

    Luke Donald will celebrate a career landmark when he defends his Scottish Open this week. He'll also face a dilemma

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    Full house for the Irish Open

    Record crowds totaling more than 100 000 are expected to flock to Northern Ireland's first Irish Open in 60 years this week.

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    Danny’s never been invisible

    Danny Willett, the 2012 European Tour's ninth first-time winner, can hardly be called a come-from-nowhere 'who's he?'.

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    History of the Old Claret Jug

    The next winner of a major this year will received the famed Claret Jug. Here's a history of how it came into being.

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    Kaymer to come out smoking

    If anyone is going to be fired up at the BMW International Open this week, it's most likely to be Martin Kaymer.

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    Question mark over Noren

    Defending champion Alex Noren will lead a strong Swedish contingent at Bro Hof Slott Golf Club in Stockholm this week.

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    Noren upbeat for Wales

    Alex Noren must be hoping his win in Monday's US Open qualifier can be carried forward to the ISPS Handa Wales Open.

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    Poults eyeing KO double

    Ian Poulter is unbashfully a man with a mission heading into this week's Volvo World Match Play Championship.

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    Quiros leads Spanish defence

    Expect the European Tour's Spanish contingent to double their efforts at this week's Open de Espana.

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