Open At A Glance: 16/07/2011
Saturday 16 July 2011
We thought there might be an Ulsterman at the top of the leaderboard, we just didn't expect it to be cuddly Clarkey .
Verdict: Dazzling display
World No's 1&2
Westwood and Donald
Our experts thought it was Lee or Luke's time but the best of British both had horrible days and their major drought goes on.
Verdict: Hopes gone West
Losing The Plot
'I'm a bit of a mental case out there,' said the former US Open champ. This wasn't a recipe for success. He shot a 77.
Verdict: Not mad for it
Back On The Beers
He sank pints then putts on day one, but fell off the wagon spectacularly with a 79 and is now drowning his sorrows.
Verdict: Last supper
The German won the USPGA last year and enjoyed a 69 yesterday which leaves him right in the mix this weekend.
Verdict: Major chance
'Lefty' has been hitting it left and right but rarely straight. However, at 50-1, he was too good a bet for some of us to ignore.
Verdict: You bet he can win
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