benji79 wrote: »
What are the options for watching it outside of Sky Sports?
antimatterx wrote: »
So it's still technically Sky, but maybe look at a now TV pass for Sports. It's €19.50 a month for 3 months, but you can cancel anytime.
rooney30 wrote: »
Jon Rahm is my pick , steady, if unspectacular form coming in . Due a big one . Tends to do well around there
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eagle eye wrote: »
Brian Harman are live outsiders
slave1 wrote: »
Rory will be Rory, he will have two great rounds, one decent round and the round where he loses touch with the field and that's Rory the past decade.
If either of the first three are Thursday/Friday then he will make the cut, if the last two are Thursday/Friday he can take a flight home Friday evening
blue note wrote: »
The past half decade. He won 4 majors this decade, the most of anyone.
castletownman wrote: »
I wonder which British golfer Sky (Paul McGinley) will build up and devote most shots to after one good round, before their inevitable collapse?
A resurgent Westwood, over-rated Fleetwood, annoying Casey, boring Rose or arrogant Poulter?