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Hoylake, England 20 Jul 2006 - 23 Jul 2006
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Hoylake Back in Business After 39 Year Absence
It might have been the year another Liverpool institution, The Beatles, released the iconic album, Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Dr Christian Barnard completed the world’s first heart transplant and ‘The Graduate’ introduced Dustin Hoffman to cinema audiences, but 1967 was also the last year The Open Championship was staged at Royal Liverpool Golf Club. Now, after a gap of almost four decades, golf’s greatest tournament returns to Hoylake and over 400 million television viewers around the globe will tune in to the action.
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Woods Back in Competitive Flow at Hoylake
Reuters - Twice Champion Tiger Woods believes he is back in the competitive flow for this week's Open Championship, despite playing just two tournaments since the death of his father Earl on May 3. The World Number One missed his first cut as a professional in a Major at last month's US Open but lifted his form at the Cialis Western Open two weeks ago where he tied for second.
Knee Injury a thing of the past, says Els
Reuters - Former Open Champion Ernie Els is fully recovered from the knee injury which caused him to miss last year's Open and says he is ready to return to the winner's enclosure.
Momtgomerie in Positive Mood
Reuters - Colin Montgomerie, who came agonisingly close to winning last month's US Open, predicted he had about 20 more chances to land an elusive first Major Championship. "I have just turned 43 and up until 48 they should be quite good Majors...to compete," the eight time European Number One said. "If I have 20 more, I will hopefully be in contention in four of them. You never know, one of them I might win."
Harrington Looking for Luck of the Irish
Padraig Harrington will have to overcome a course he describes as “probably the most complicated golf course you’d ever play off the tee” if he is to become the first Irishman to win The Open Championship since Fred Daly in 1947.
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