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Published on July 19, 2010
Golfweek (July 23, 2010)
Danielle Kang during the first round of the 2010 U.S. Women's Open.
Jordan Spieth during the first round of stroke play at the 2010 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.
Noah Walker of Norwell, Mass., watches his second shot at No. 9 sail way left of the green.
J. D. Tomlinson of Gainesville, Fla., watches his tee shot at No. 8.
Justin Thomas of Goshen Ky., at No. 8 tee.
Charl Schwartzel putts on the 18th green during the third round of the CA Championship in Doral, Fla.
Richard Haskel passed away at the age of 84.
Peter Thomson smiles as he holds the trophy after winning his fourth British Open on July 5, 1958.
“Counterfeiters steal the trademarks and intellectual property rights of brand owners and defraud consumers who think that they are buying genuine products.” – U.S. Golf Manufacturers Anti-Counterfeiting Working Group
Anthony Paolucci of California watches his tee shot at No. 1.
Bryson Dechambeau of Clovis, Calif. watches his tee shot at No. 8.
“Counterfeiters steal the trademarks and intellectual property rights of brand owners and defraud consumers who think that they are buying genuine products.” – Anti-Counterfeiting Group.
Branson Davis of Mckinney, TX, fist bumps with his caddie Derek Oland, left, after making birdie at No. 7.
Louis Oosthuizen's win at St. Andrews reversed his decision to part ways with caddie Zach Rasego.
BBC television commentator Ken Brown and R&A Rules Secretary David Rickman talk in front of the first green during a practice round for the 2010 British Open.
Hole No. 18 during Monday stroke play at Egypt Valley Country Club.
Cody Cox of Pa., with his caddie at No. 9.
Spectators line the hills at No. 9 to watch groups as they come through during Monday stroke play.
Andrew Fogg, left, of Indiana hits a shot at No. 9 on Monday as spectators watch from the hills.
Bobby Wyatt of Alabama tees off at No. 10 during Monday stroke play.
The 10th at Meadow Brook is one of a strong quartet of par 3s.
Curtis Thompson of Coral Springs, Fla., walks off No. 8 during Monday stroke play. Thompson posted a 67.
Jordan Spieth of Dallas, Texas hits his tee shot at No. 9. Spieth posted a 67 during Monday's round of stroke play.
Marcel Puyat of the Philippines high fives his caddie, Anthony Lopez after his second shot at No. 9. Puyat posted a 69 in Monday's round.
Players prepare to tee at No. 10 during Monday stroke play.
The scoreboard during Monday stroke play of the 63rd U. S. Junior Amateur Championship.
Jordan Spieth of Dallas, Texas posted a 67 at the 63rd U. S. Junior Amateur Championship at Egypt Valley Country Club.
Rory Sabbatini covers himself with an aerosol spray.
No. 9 at Sunriver's Crosswater course
No. 9 at Black Butte Ranch's Big Meadow course
No. 15 at Pronghorn's Jack Nicklaus Course
No. 17 at Tetherow
Jin Jeong holds his silver medal for being the top amateur at the British Open.
Jeong Jin holds his silver medal for being the top amateur at the British Open.
Martin Kaufmann wouldn't have been upset to miss the final group walking up No. 18 at St. Andrews.