The Old Course in St. Andrews presents golfers with one last chance to achieve glory in 2022. What a glorious opportunity considering this 150th Open Championship, being hosted by St. Andrews for the 30th time, with the opportunity for players to join the likes of Saif Vaz Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods Claret Jug award here.
Leading the action as the bet is preferred, Rory McIlroy is the one who has amassed three spots in the top ten already in the majors this season. Hoping to break out of the Schneids Grand Prix, the 2014 Champion of the Year has held a no-win golf tournament in the Big Four for the past eight years. Links specialist Jordan Spieth will attempt a fourth major of his career, while the game’s hottest name, Xander Shaveli, will attempt to break through for the first time. Of course, eyes will still be on Tiger as he begins what may be his last legitimate chance to compete in the Open at the Home of Golf.
Playing on the star-studded stadium the old stadium serves as a historical backdrop and squeezing as this is the main final of the year, the 150th Open Championship is already shaping up to be an unforgettable one. CBS Sports will update this story with results and features below. Check out the live scores at the top of this story, and more detailed leaderboardAnd the Round 1 times tee and complete Open TV Schedule Coverage Guide.
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