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Golf: the Open

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The greatest tournament in the world enters its third day on England's blustery and very unpredictable North West coast.
Thousand of fans have beaten a path to the Royal Liverpool Club at Hoylake to savour the mastery of pedigree players for whom winning and being awarded the famous Claret Jug is more important than the cash involved.
It was a different ball game when the Open was staged here last, back in 1967. Roberto deVicenzo was the winner and among those challenging had been Christy O'Connor , Kel Nagle , Jack Nicklaus ,
Tony Jacklin , Gary Player and young UK hopeful Clive Clark , who had an excellent round of 70 on the opening day.
Introduced by Gary Lineker with commentary by Wayne Grady and Sam Torrance , with reports by Hazel Irvine. Live coverage continues after the News. See Sunday's choice.
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Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Devicenzo
Unknown: Christy O'Connor
Unknown: Kel Nagle
Unknown: Jack Nicklaus
Unknown: Tony Jacklin
Unknown: Clive Clark
Introduced By: Gary Lineker
Commentary By: Wayne Grady
Commentary By: Sam Torrance
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.

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