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July 19, 2012
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Tiger Woods had a strong opening round at the British Open when he used four birdies in the first seven holes to card a 67.
The Royal Lytham St. Annes Golf Club, with its deep bunkers representative of British golf, is hosting the year's third major.
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Recent rains have led to waist-high grass in the rough, which Charles Howell III had to battle out of.
Phil Mickelson had some trouble with the tall grass, and needed some help to find his ball on the eighth hole.
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Keegan Bradley, last year's PGA Championship winner and a former Globe All-Scholastic golfer, is in his first British Open.
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Former British Open champion John Daly was one of the participants in this year's field.
This scoreboard operator tried to navigate the array of numbers and colors representing the players' scores.
Lee Westwood could use only one leg as he tried to hit out of a bunker on the 14th hole.
Tiger Woods reacted after narrowly missing this putt on the 13th hole.
Local favorite Rory McIlroy traveled with one of the largest galleries at the course.
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These fans came decked out in the colors of the British flag.