Spieth on cusp of doing something special.
Bob Harig explains why Jordan Spieth, who holds a 3-shot lead, is in a good position at the British Open to walk away with the major.
ICYMI -- Pettersen makes his mark
Royal Birkdale's assistant pro Gregg Pettersen stepped into the breach as marker for Shaun Norris, while Rickie Fowler, Tommy Fleetwood and Matthew Southgate wowed the crowds in their own special ways.
Spieth getting accustomed to front-runner role
Jordan Spieth is only 23 years old, but he has plenty of experience holding the 54-hole lead at a major championship. Will his 3-shot lead yield a third major title with 18 holes to play at The Open?
Disappointed McIlroy left hoping for bad weather
Rory McIlroy's roller-coaster Open Championship continued Saturday as a great early start faded to leave him nine shots off the lead and relying on bad weather and the misfortune of others in the final round at Royal Birkdale.
W2W4: Can anyone catch Spieth?
Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth leads by 3 shots heading into the final round of The Open. Our experts share mixed opinions about whether anyone might supplant him on top of the leaderboard come Sunday night.
Caddie Confidential: Recalibrating at Birkdale
The Open is often about defensive golf, considering the weather. Saturday at Royal Birkdale, though, our anonymous caddie said it was quite the opposite.
Grace's place in history secure after 62
Branden Grace knows no one can take away his place in the history books -- he scored the first 62 in a major -- even if it ends up being only a short stint.
Grace's caddie kept round low-key.
Michael Collins joins SportsCenter to provide background on Branden Grace's record round at The Open.
Grace was unaware of record day.
Michael Collins recounts his conversation with Branden Grace, who admitted that he didn't know he was the first golfer to shoot 62 in a major round.
Major history: Grace cards 62 for lowest round
Branden Grace became the first golfer to shoot 62 in a major, carding eight birdies -- and no bogeys -- during the third round of The Open on Saturday.
Poulter: I'm 'loving every minute' of The Open.
Ian Poulter is relishing the chance to win the Claret Jug as he made the cut for the final round of The Open.
Spieth's virtuoso Open performance leaves him on cusp of history
With a possible victory Sunday at The Open, Jordan Spieth would be right on Rory McIlroy's heels for most major wins of their generation. It might not come to pass at Royal Birkdale, but this will be just one of many chances for the Texan.
Spieth: I feel nervous leading The Open.
Jordan Spieth has admitted he feels nervous going into the final round of The Open with a two-shot lead at Royal Birkdale.
Weather shaking up The Open.
Bob Harig shares insight on Phil Mickelson missing the cut, while Jordan Spieth leads the pack after the second round of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
Caddie Confidential -- Polar opposite in Round 2
Friday at The Open couldn't have been more different than Thursday -- at least for the caddies. Why? Our Round 2 anonymous looper goes into extensive detail on all things Royal Birkdale.
Royal Birkdale delivers the wet, windy goods
Gusting winds. Sideways rain. Plunging temperatures. Miserable golfers. In other words, it's everything we could ever want in The Open.
Poulter, Ramsay and Bland draw on crowd power
Ian Poulter, Richie Ramsay and Richard Bland all heading for final two rounds of The Open on a high, writes Matt Cooper.
W2W4: Who's ready to move on Moving Day?
Which players are poised to make some noise at The Open on Saturday? Our panel of experts at Royal Birkdale offer up a few predictions.
Round 2 Open grades: McIlroy, Spieth shine
Rory McIlroy rebounded, Jordan Spieth overcame and the Open fans simply preserved. So how did the world's top 10 fare in the midterm report card?
McIlroy finds his rhythm, and it's electric
While he still has ground to make up after a shaky start at The Open, Rory McIlroy is reminding us that he can create a Tiger-like buzz when he hits his stride at a major.
Spieth grabs Open lead despite bad weather
Jordan Spieth's 1-under 69 carried him to the lead at 6-under entering the weekend at The Open. Two shots behind is Matt Kuchar.
Thieves raid Stenson's rental home at The Open
Thieves burglarized the rental home of Henrik Stenson, making off with clothes, jewelry and cash while he was playing in the first round of The Open on Thursday.
Mickelson lumbers to 77, misses Open cut
Phil Mickelson shot a 7-over 77 in gusty conditions in his second round at The Open and was 10 over for the tournament, putting him way off the projected cut mark.
Garcia gets angry, hurts shoulder at The Open
Sergio Garcia hurt his right shoulder while angrily swinging a club into shrubs on the fourth hole at Royal Birkdale on Friday.
Vote: Can McIlroy win The Open?
It was Thursday that Rory McIlroy found himself five over par after the sixth hole which put him 10 shots off the lead -- at which time caddie caddie JP Fitzgerald inspired him with some wise words: "You're Rory McIlroy, what the f--- are you doing?"
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