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    It will be a long day of golf on Saturday and ESPN will be along for the ride. With a 156-player field and everyone going off the No. 1 tee to start, British Open rounds are scheduled to be long. When the weather becomes a factor, like it did on Friday, the days grow even longer. That will be the case on Saturday when 42 players head out early to complete their second rounds in advance of the...


    18/07/2015
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    After playing much of their Thursday round before the United States woke up, America's top two talents (and Tiger Woods) will be in the marquee coverage window on ESPN for the second round. The first two days of the Open Championship are the longest days of the year in golf. The entire 156-man field goes off the No. 1 tee in almost 10 hours of rolling tee times, and it's a grind for those...


    17/07/2015
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    The action will get underway bright and early with ESPN handling the coverage. The 2015 Open Championship gets underway from St. Andrews on Thursday and despite the time change and unusual hours in the United States, viewers will still be able to watch plenty of live golf if they are willing to sacrifice sleep. The British Open is running five hours ahead of Eastern time in the United States, so...


    16/07/2015

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