Open Championship 2011

July 17, 2011 by staff 

Open Championship 2011Open Championship 2011, “It is an easy name. Probably more upset when they say:” I’ve been practicing for a month, “and still get completely wrong.” Louis Oosthuizen, 2010 Open champion “Um, three … four … five.” Rory McIlroy, how many hangovers has had since winning the U.S. Open

“It never rains in England. Only in Scotland.” -Lee Westwood “Yes, I’m being recognized a little more. It is very difficult to remain anonymous these days. Not a bad thing.” -McIlroy “In October, he was playing at Wentworth, and since we were close, we called and asked if she could walk, and it was no problem. … We just walked the grounds, did not play anything. To let ‘t walk every holes, and it was very cold and windy to imagine that. I remember we were the second hole in one of the shelters just to keep warm, they were very cold. There were no bleachers. I not ‘t realize that were behind all these areas where we are now. Without the stands, you get a different perspective. You get a real sense of what links golf is about when I see it that way. “-Ben Curtis, Open champion 2003, returning to Royal St. George

“Many people have asked me about the 2003 Open. It is in the past. That was my biggest chance to win a major championship. People can do whatever they want, write it out, but try to make the best of each and every day, and that’s what I did not do it for the moment, playing golf I’ve used, but I did today I have 40 years of age. May not be a little more in me. “-Thomas Bjorn, who had a three-stroke lead with four holes to play in 2003, but lost

“He charged me a fee, so I can not say that.” -Darren Clarke, with the advice you received from Bob Rotella sports psychologist

“He looked like a map of Hawaii, however.” -Lucas Glover, Kyle Stanley Beard

“The tribute to Seve here is very good because we miss him and do a lot for golf throughout his life, and we have to thank you for what you do for golf, right? But I said that. This is the third interview today and the third time I answer the same question, you know all Seve lose … but now I think it is also time to start concentrating on the golf tournament and move forward, you know, “Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain, in tribute at Royal St. Georges de Seve Ballesteros

“Tom Lewis, how are you? He could be my grandson.” -Tom Watson, five times Open champion, English fans Tom Lewis, his playing partner on Thursday and Friday

“I introduced myself to Tom Watson on Tuesday. I saw a couple of interviews in the 18 and thought it was good to go before the first hole on Thursday because it would have been more nervous than he already was. He put his arm around me and asked me how old I was. It was a very nice guy. “-Lewis

“Ironically, this morning I was watching Colin Montgomerie and Padraig Harrington discuss Open sites, and what is shown? Show Gene Sarazen on the seal to his hole-in-one with a 5 iron. Maybe that’s what inspired me today. That’s the second hole in one I’ve had in a major championship. I had one in the U.S. Open at Baltusrol in 1980 on the fourth hole in the first round. Maybe it was bookends “. -Watson, who had an ace up his No. 6 on Friday

“It was great. We do not see but heard the crowd. When people scream like that, you know it’s in the hole. It was great.” -Lewis

“It’s really remarkable, and I wonder, where was he all these years? He won a dozen of these things, he comes back to the scene the year he and I had the postseason. I do not know what happened in between. Seems to be getting better with age. “Cink, the 2009 champion, who beat Watson in a playoff

“If we had a time like we had this morning the whole tournament, I do not know who is going to beat Tom Watson. Hit the ball solidly, playing golf links, hits a low penetration, running so well and control your distance shot through his career, is really impressive to see. He was behind me the first two days, and I would watch him hit approach shots, because he only knows how. “-Phil Mickelson

“The No. 8 playing with Jason Day went back outside, and coming straight toward us. We were talking with fans and mentioned that,” Why are you all here? Why are not watching on TV? They love the sport so much they are out there cheering. “-Bubba Watson

“The rain was very strong. Yes, there was a time where me and Bubba looked and laughed.” -Day

“I was regretting my project this morning early. Saw the guys finish last night, and it was dead calm, and I woke up this morning and the sun was shining and I was like, nice drawing. But you cannot do anything about it. Just do the best we can with what you have. “-McIlroy

“This week has been full of harsh conditions, but today, I’ve only seen once in my life, one day more difficult, and that was at Muirfield in 2002, but this was almost indescribable how difficult it was to play golf out there. “-Cink

“The conditions at Muirfield in ’02 was much worse than this. The worst I’ve played in the Open Championship at Muirfield was in 80, the first round. Lee Trevino and I shot 68 the first round and led the field eight or something. We both played lights-out. ” -Watson

“If I had the choice, would rather be hot.” -Stephen Gallacher

“Obviously, if someone had given me 69 before I was going to play, I would have bitten your hand for It.” -Clarke, who shot 69 on Saturday

“I told the crowd at the 15, there were 40 or 50 walking around,” You’re just mental. Only mental. “I do not understand at all. I get paid, I have to be there.” Paul Lawrie

“One of my good friends, said before leaving:” I know you will not want to play in it, but I hope it’s p**sing rain and wind in that over there. As was his wish today. Is back in New York right now laughing at me? It is part of the deal, I guess. “-Bo Van Pelt

“Somebody whistled when he bent over the stretch on the first tee. I said, I hope it was a woman. He whistled again, the same person. I’m doing something wrong.” -Clarke

“My mom is my psychologist golf again, because it just tells me to be happy, and it is hard to do when you’re shooting 73s and 74s. But if I listen to it, things are going well.” Anthony Kim

“After the first round of this week, I thought of the possibility of becoming a professional and be a millionaire. But that’s not going to happen.” -Lewis

“You have done well for 13 holes to stay in it. You have half of Kent on the left, and glues well. It was a tough one to take.” -McIlroy, in driving out of bounds at No. 14

“If Darren were to do this weekend, yeah, I would have an influx of golfers moving to Northern Ireland. … It is massive enough chances and look forward to, so to speak, and we wish all the best. I would be myself struggling. ” -Graeme McDowell, who missed the cut at Royal St. George

“Everybody says to play better fat, so I’ve obviously been adherence to that theory.”

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