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129th OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
St. Andrews, Old Course
Fife, United Kingdom - Scotland 20 Jul 2000 - 23 Jul 2000
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Lawrie defends at St Andrews
Paul Lawrie bids to become the first player since Tom Watson in 1983 to successfully defend the Open Championship when the 129th event - the 26th to be held at St.Andrews - takes place over the famous Old Course. The Open field, as ever, is a who's who of world golf and the week starts with the parade of champions on Wednesday.
Els Takes Lead at St Andrews
Tiger Woods threw down the gauntlet at the start of the 129th Open championship at St Andrews - and the man many see as his biggest rival was only too happy to accept the challenge. For most of the opening day Woods occupied the top of the leaderboard with a flawless five under par 67, but Ernie Els, winner of The Standard Life Loch Lomond last week and second in both the Masters and US Open this year, went one better with an opening 66.
Woods Sets the pace at St Andrews
Tiger Woods opened up a three shot lead at the halfway stage of the 129th Open Championship after a flawless 66 as he sets his sights on becoming the youngest player to win a career Grand Slam.
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Woods moves step closer to place in history
Tiger Woods moved a step closer to a place in history as he opened up a six shot lead going into the final round of the 129th Open Championship at St Andrews after a five under par 67. With a 54-hole total of 200, 16 under par, the World No 1 is six clear of World No 2 David Duval and Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn as he bids to become the youngest player to win all four of golf’s major championships.
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Tiger Woods Makes History
Tiger Woods became only the fifth golfer in history – and at age 24 the youngest - to complete a career Grand Slam of all four majors titles when he captured the new millennium 129th Open Championship by a stunning eight-shot margin at the most appropriate venue, St.Andrews. His final round 69 saw him finish on 19-under-par, beating Nick Faldo's record total of 270 in the 1990 Open Championship by one.
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