10 things to expect in the Open
10 Things to expect to see in the Open.
With the Open just over 2 weeks away we have pulled together some of the obvious things to expect to see during the 4 days of coverage. Let us know what you expect to see in the comments below?
Someone will have a melt-down.
Whether it’s a Spieth 2016 master’s style or a Mickelson sprinting across the green, someone is likely to have bad round and cause a scene. The course is as tough as they come and following the recent bout of hot weather up and down the UK, no doubt the rough will come into play. Who do you think is likely to blow their top and give us all something to write home about?
Bryson DeChambeau will spark a debate.
Bryson DeChambeau’s recent use of a compass during the third round of the Travelers Championship caught fire on social media. It also caught the attention of the PGA Tour. However, Bryson is one of our favourites (as a roboGolfpro owner). He has a very scientifically approach to the game so no doubt something will happen that will get people talking about “the most interesting man in golf.”
Someone may get wet feet.
The 18th par 4, at 444 yards once cost Jean van der Velde dry feet and a Claret Jug. Add in the fairway bunkers on the right and high North Sea winds, most would be grateful to get up and down in 8!
Rory McIlroy will probably finish in the top 10.
So far this year McIlory has had 4 out of 5 top 10 finishes on the European Tour without winning a single one. Would you place a bet on another top 10 finish here?
It will probably be a European winner!
Since 2013 the Open winner has bounced between a US native and a European native with a different winner each time. That means if patterns are to be followed this year a European winner will suffice? Who do you think from Europe can carry the flag? Our money is on Francesco Molinari.
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