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  1. Rain saturates Tampa Bay area golf courses


    Here's some advice for those hoping to get in a round of golf in the Tampa Bay area this week: Call first.

  2. Jason Day wins Canadian Open


    OAKVILLE, Ontario — Jason Day made himself right at home in the Canadian Open, at David Hearn's expense.

    A birdie on 18 revs up Canadian Open winner Jason Day.
  3. Colin Montgomerie shares lead at Senior British Open


    SUNNINGDALE, England — Colin Montgomerie shared the clubhouse lead with little-known American Marco Dawson at 10 under with nine holes of their third round still to play in the Senior British Open on Saturday.

    Colin Montgomerie, 52, is vying for his fourth senior major title; the Scot did not win any on the PGA Tour.
  4. Chad Campbell leads Canadian Open


    OAKVILLE, Ontario — Chad Campbell was perfectly content to take a two-stroke lead into the weekend at the Canadian Open after falling a stroke short of the course record.

    Chad Campbell shoots 9-under 63, one off the course record, to lead the Canadian Open by two.
  5. Langer among eight tied for lead at Senior British Open


    SUNNINGDALE, England — Two double-eagle twos were recorded on the same hole on a memorable opening day at the Senior British Open, where defending champion Bernhard Langer was in an eight-way tie for the lead at 5-under 65 Thursday.

  6. Oosthuizen falls just short again


    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Louis Oosthuizen is closing in on a career Grand Slam of sorts. One he'd rather not have.

  7. Johnson wins British Open, stops Spieth's bid for Grand Slam


    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland

    Zach Johnson cradled the silver claret jug in his arms. Jordan Spieth let it slip through his fingers.

    Zach Johnson of the United States celebrates after winning the 144th Open Championship at The Old Course during a 4-hole playoff on Monday in St Andrews, Scotland. [Getty Images]
  8. Innisbrook's Copperhead Course gets a major sprucing up


    PALM HARBOR — When Jordan Spieth returns to Innisbrook's Copperhead Course in March to defend his Valspar Championship title, he'll do it on a course that looks much like the one he played in 2015. At least that's what Innisbrook officials hope.

    A backhoe is poised for action behind the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club's Snake Pit statue at the Copperhead Course in Palm Harbor. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
  9. Three tied for lead entering final round of British Open


    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — They come to see history, the fans who have poured into this seaside town for the British Open, roaming around St. Andrews' Old Course in the rain and cold and wind. They come to see history, and they just might.

    The last player to win the Claret Jug at St. Andrews, in 2010, he birdies three of his final five holes for 67.
  10. Dustin Johnson falls down leaderboard at British Open


    ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Dustin Johnson began Sunday's third round of the British Open as the leader, having impressed everyone with the way he had shaken off his final-hole loss at the U.S. Open last month.

    Second-round leader Dustin Johnson follows his ball out of the bunker at No. 17, which he bogeys on his way to 3-over 75.



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    DREAM 18


    Wouldn't it be great to play a course made up of the best holes from our top area courses? We gave it a shot. It's called the Dream 18. Get an up-close view through a multimedia report featuring photos and descriptions of each hole as well as audio from Times staff writer Rodney Page.