Strip back everything to nothing but the golf, which has been the most entertaining and exciting major championship of 2019?
Tiger Woods will compete in back-to-back events for just the second time this season after committing to the first two FedEx Cup play-off events.
Shane Lowry will be buoyed on by a fervent home crowd as the County Offaly man chases a maiden major title victory at The Open on Sunday.
Tiger Woods promised much on the second day of the 148th Open Championship but in the end delivered only a one-under-par 70 in only his 12th round since his Masters victory.
Ireland’s Shane Lowry will aim to take a step closer to glory at The Open when he kick-starts the third round as joint leader. Here, PA looks ahead to the third round at Royal Portrush.
Irish star Shane Lowry so nearly secured the lead all to himself at The Open, but had to be content to share with JB Holmes after dropping a shot at the 18th on Friday.
A year after sacking his caddie following his fourth straight missed cut in the Open, Ireland’s Shane Lowry will take a share of the lead – and Rory McIlroy’s fervent support – into the third round of the year’s final major.
A year after sacking his caddie following his fourth straight missed cut in the Open, Ireland’s Shane Lowry will take a share of the lead into the third round of the year’s final major.
The consistency may have disappeared but the competitive edge remains for Tiger Woods.
Tommy Fleetwood moved into position to succeed Ryder Cup partner Francesco Molinari as Open champion as Tiger Woods headed for an early exit at Royal Portrush.