The Open is golf’s oldest major, and this year it celebrates its 150th installment. And there is no other place that could possibly happen than at the home of golf: the Old Course at St. Andrews.
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After sitting out the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods is back and in the field at the place he calls his favorite golf course in the world. By the way, he has won twice at St. Andrews.
But that is far from the only storyline. Here is everything you need to know for golf’s final major championship of 2022.
When: July 14-17
Where: St. Andrews (The Old Course)
Defending champion: Collin Morikawa
Here are the tee times for the first and second rounds. READ
Everything you need to know for The Open
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The hope for a glimpse of the old Tiger Woods quickly gave way at the Old Course
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How Tiger Woods’ opening round went
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