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Sport24 – Golf News | Sport24, South African and international golf news, fixtures, results, standings from competitions around the world, including PGA Tour, European Tour, Sunshine Tour, Masters, US Open, British Open, PGA Championship, Ryder Cup, Presidents Cup, Nedbank Cup, SA Open… | WATCH: Harding gives amateurs home with bunker fail

South Africa's Justin Harding provided the first comical moment of the 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush during Thursday's opening round. | Poston off to hot start at Barbasol Championship

American JT Poston equalled the course record with a 10-under-par 62 to grab a slim lead after the first round of the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship. | LIVE: 148th Open Championship - Round 2

Follow the action LIVE from the 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. | 3 groupings to watch in Open Championship Round 2

A look at three groupings to watch in the second round of the Open Championship at Royal Portrush. | Horror start for McIlroy, Woods as Holmes takes Open lead

Home favourite Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods both endured dreadful starts to the Open Championship, while American JB Holmes claimed the lead. | 4 key moments from Round 1 of the Open

Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods toiled as wind and rain lashed down on the opening round at Royal Portrush in the first Open Championship. | Father time takes hold on tame Tiger

Tiger Woods admitted age and a troublesome back will make competing for more majors more difficult after shooting a 7-over par opening round at the Open Championship. | Former champion Duval posts worst Open round ... for 22 years!

David Duval hit the worst round at the Open Championship for 22 years after carding a 14 on the par-five seventh to languish at the bottom of pack. | Disastrous start leaves McIlroy fighting to make Open cut

Rory McIlroy conceded his dreams of winning the Open Championship on home soil in Northern Ireland are all but over after a disastrous first round. | McIlroy makes nightmare Open start with quadruple-bogey

Home favourite Rory McIlroy made a nightmare start to the Open Championship with an opening-hole quadruple-bogey. | WATCH: Argentina's Grillo makes early hole-in-one at Open

Argentinian Emiliano Grillo made the first hole-in-one of the 148th Open Championship by holing his tee shot at the par-three 13th. | Crowds flock to see McIlroy, Woods as Open returns to Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland's long wait to host the Open Championship comes to an end on Thursday as golf's oldest tournament gets underway . | Hosting Open 'speaks volumes' for Northern Ireland - McIlroy

Rory McIlroy says Northern Ireland hosting the Open for the first time since 1951 "speaks volumes" for how much it has changed since The Troubles. | Miguel to reach European Tour milestone at Open

Miguel Angel Jimenez is set to become just the second man in the history of the European Tour to reach 700 events at The 148th Open Championship. | Rahm would 'love' to follow in Seve's champion shoes

Jon Rahm said he would "love" to become the second Spaniard to win the Open this week, 40 years on from Seve Ballesteros' first major victory. | If home crowds can't help you, nothing can, says McIlroy

Rory McIlroy said that he is not feeling extra pressure this week as the Open returns to Northern Ireland for the first time since 1951. | Spieth acknowledges slump, talks self-belief at Open

2017 Open Championship winner Jordan Spieth cuts a conflicted figure these days as the Texan ponders his win drought at Royal Portrush. | Woods not feeling sharp ahead of Open Championship

Tiger Woods acknowledges that he is still searching for his best form ahead of The Open Championship this week. | Portrush set for 2nd-highest Open attendance

The 148th Open at Royal Portrush is set to become the second-highest attended tournament in the championship's history with 237 750 spectators expected. | Mickelson 'resets' with six-day fast ahead of Open

Phil Mickelson said that a recent six-day fast to "reset" after a poor run of form has helped him "feel better" about himself heading into this week's Open Championship.

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