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Chamblee qualifies for Senior Open for second straight year

 

Brandel Chamblee will be swapping out his analyst chair for a tee time this week at The Senior Open for the second straight year. 

More than an Open: Fractured Northern Ireland brought together by Lowry's triumph

 

The Open at Royal Portrush won’t be the final solution for peace in Northern Ireland, but it was a week when the world viewed the country as united behind Shane Lowry's breakthrough major victory.

This week in golf (July 22-28): TV schedule, tee times, info

 

Here's a look at what's happening in professional golf this week, and how you can watch it.

Cowen called it: 'Little fat lad with the glasses' grabs claret jug

 

Instructor Pete Cowen told an epic story following Shane Lowry's victory at The 148th Open at Royal Portrush.

By the numbers: Royal Portrush proves a worthy Open host

 

Here is a breakdown of how Royal Portrush played last week during the 148th playing of The Open.

Report: Tiger, Rory to take part in skins event in Japan

 

A skins event involving Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy is coming to Japan later this year, according to an ESPN report.

Lowry couldn't get 'shank' guy out of his mind on first hole

 

Shane Lowry couldn’t stop thinking of Andrew Morris this week, and not for any reason that will excite Mr. Morris.

For Lowry, nothing like sharing victory with daughter Iris

 

Shane Lowry shared his Open victory with everyone from his caddie to his family to his peers. But there was nothing like the hug he got from his daughter.

Finally, Lowry answers questions, joins prestigious list of Irish major winners

 

The success of Irish golf over the past decade wasn’t always necessarily kind to Shane Lowry. But after Sunday, he won't have to answer anymore questions of when it will finally be his time.

Morning of victory, Lowry didn't know if he was good enough to win The Open

 

A year ago this week, Shane Lowry slumped into a chair following a first-round 74 at Carnoustie and cried.

 

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