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Golf: the Open

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St Andrews, the course on Scotland's east coast widely regarded as the home of golf, is the testing setting for this 134th staging of the British Open.
Five years ago, Tiger Woods was the runaway winner the last time the event was held here but the American has found his dominance challenged by the likes of Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Phil Mickelson. The bid to be the first European winner since Paul Lawrie in is likely to be spearheaded by Sergio Garcia, Luke Donald and Padraig Harrington, while there'll be an emotional welcome for three-time victor Jack Nicklaus as he makes his final appearance.
The commentary team includes Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Sam Torrance, Wayne Grady, Mark James and Laura Davies. Plus reports from Hazel Irvine, Dougie Donnelly and Craig Doyle. Radio 5 Live has coverage from 9am. Highlights at 9.50pm on BBC2. Executive producer Paul Davies Editor Barbara Slater
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INTERACTIVE: from 9am, digital viewers can select dedicated coverage of a leading group, see regularly updated highlights and view a live leaderboard of scores from every player on the course. For a course guide, profiles of the main players, live audio commentary through the day and three minutes of video highlights, visit [web address removed]
Compact sports radio: page 10 50 par excellence: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Tiger Woods
Unknown: Vijay Singh
Unknown: Ernie Els
Unknown: Retief Goosen
Unknown: Phil Mickelson.
Unknown: Paul Lawrie
Unknown: Sergio Garcia
Unknown: Luke Donald
Unknown: Padraig Harrington
Unknown: Jack Nicklaus
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Wayne Grady
Unknown: Mark James
Unknown: Laura Davies.
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Craig Doyle.
Producer: Paul Davies
Editor: Barbara Slater

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