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Australians Minnie Lee and Cameron Smith were leading the Open in each of the opening rounds.

Lee led the 12th Eagle with a 4-point lead, the 12th for the Eagle, and the 69 for the Under-3.

Smith Bird enters leadership, Long bomb Among the four in the first 10 holes to reach the bottom four. He tied with Ernie Els (-5 to 12) to finish second in the Under-67s.

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His compatriot Brad Kennedy was in contention for a bubble start with four holes in the bottom four to six, followed by Rory McKillroy (-4 to 10) and English amateur Barclay Brown (68).

However, American Cameron Young held on for a three-shot lead in the chase after taking control of the Under-12s.

Lucas Herbert was two under four holes before Boge in the sixth, although to return the ninth bird there-2.

For the fourth time, Norway’s Victor Hovland was forced to throw a stone back.

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Smith hoping to get rid of ‘JINX’

Australia’s top golfer Cameron Smith has made it to this year’s Open Championship with a strong following in the middle of the season.

Following on the Masters title, he slipped to the top of the table in the next seven events without finishing in the top 10, including losing to the US Open last month.

But Smith broke that stretch in perfect time last week, finishing three rounds of 68 or better in the Scottish Open for 10th.

“I don’t want to overwhelm myself, but I’m feeling good,” Smith told reporters on Wednesday. “I feel good about the game and I had a good weekend at the Scottish Open.

“It was good to see some jets fall and a few numbers fall off over the weekend. I hope I can.

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In his own assessment, Smith “played the best golf of his life” this year. It is not uncommon for him to compete in four top-five finishes after making his debut in 2015.

But this will be his first trip to St. Andrews, he said.

“I love the golf course. It was great to win the Open here,” he said.

At 5.03pm (AEST), Smith joined the character team with four-time champion Brooks Koipka and Irish Sims Power.

He got the first round early on the road Long sink in the second hole.

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US VILLAIN ‘Running’

Finally, some ads for LIV Golf.

American villain Patrick Reed He made sure everyone knew When he ran for the opening round, his loyalty is now there.

Reed not only wore one LIV logo, but two, thanks to a hat and a necklace.

There are 24 players from the rebellious Saudi League this open season, the team has been banned from PGA Tour events but not by R&A.

The best red carpet finish in 2019 is 10th.

Where will Patrick Reed play again?
Where will Patrick Reed play again?Source fall-FOX SPORTS

Bryce was thrown

Bryson DeChambeau has reportedly been linked with LIV Golf in sponsor Bridgeson for just two days.

DeChambeau played at the LIV Golf event in Portland last month, opposing the PGA’s visit and resisting an indefinite ban.

To make matters worse for the 2020 U.S. Open champion, Bridgeson sided with the PGA Tour and cut DeChambeau.

“PGA’s visit is a very important part of professional golf, and Bridgeston has a sporting relationship with this very series of competitions,” Bridgeson said in a statement. Golf.com.

“Considering that Bryson DeChambeau will not participate in these events, Bridson and Bryson have agreed to end their brand ambassadorship.”

DeChambeau signed with Bridgeson in 2016 and began using his golf balls in the 2020 victory year.

He lost his sponsorship with Rocket Mortgage to join LIV Golf.

Bryson DeChambeau has been linked with a move to LIV Golf sponsored by Bridsonstone.Source: AFP AFP

A Tiger ‘Can Conquer It’

Meanwhile, former Masters champion Fred’s long-time friend Tiger Woods believes he is not just competing at The Open to make up for his loss.

Speaking on Sirius XM on Wednesday, the couple said: But he said of the game: ‘I’m really driving. I am keeping it well. ‘

“And again, at St. Andrew’s, if he made the contract, he was one of the best metal players he played, if not the best. And I think he knows he can win this if he doesn’t have four irons on four legs but he has nine and a sweater.

Woods played 58 training holes in the foot, leading to a major setback in a car accident last year.

Woods was knocked out of the PGA Championship after three rounds due to his leg, then skipped the US Open to prepare for the opener.

Fred said the tiger Woods could win at St. Andrews.Source Fate-Getty Images

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Australian Round One Te Times (AEST)

3 ፡ 35 35 p.m. Min Wo LeeWebb Simpson, Paul Lawrie

Evening 4 ፡ 30 Lucas Herbert.Phil Mickelson, Kurt Kitama

5 p.m. 03 p.m. Cameron SmithBrooks Koipka, Sims Power

6 ፡ 25 25 p.m. Brad KennedyErnie Els, Adri Arnaus

7 ፡ 53 53 p.m. Anthony QuayleZander Lombard, John Parry

8 ፡ fall 36 p.m. Jade MorganRyan Fox, Mark Calcavechia

Evening 10 ፡ 15 Adam Scott, Mark LeishmanDustin Johnson

Evening 11 15 15 Jason ScrivenerShugo Imahira, David Law

12 ፡ fall 43 m Dimitrius Papadatos, Matt GriffinLaurie Canter

Other popular times

4.52 PM John Daly, Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Tringale

6.58 pm Colin Morikawa, Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele

7.09 pm Shane Lowry, Justin Thomas, Victor Hovland

7.20 pm Will Zalatoris, Hideki Matsuyama, Tony Finaw

From 10 p.m. 26 Scott Shefeller, Joaquin Nieman, Tyrell Haton

11.59 Tiger Woods, Matt Fitzpatrick, Max Homa

12.10 Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm, Harold Varner III

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