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The 152nd Open Championship Tees Off at Historic Royal Troon

Get ready for a week of drama and world-class golf as the 152nd Open Championship swings into action at Royal Troon in South Ayrshire, Scotland. The tournament runs from July 14th to 21st, 2024.

Royal Troon: A Legendary Links Course

This year's Open returns to Royal Troon, a shorter par-71 course known for its challenging winds and strategic layout. Founded in 1878, Royal Troon has hosted the Open on eleven previous occasions, most recently in 2016.

Defending Champion Harman Faces Stiff Competition

While 2023 champion Brian Harman will be looking to defend his title, he'll face a stacked field. Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, and Scottie Scheffler are among the favourites, but don't count out veterans like Justin Rose, who battled his way through qualifiers to secure his spot.

Rose Makes Emotional Return Through Qualifiers

Speaking of Rose, the former champion's emotional comeback story has captured headlines. After failing to secure an automatic exemption, the 43-year-old had to qualify through the gruelling sectional qualifiers. This adds a heart-warming layer to his pursuit of another Claret Jug.

Who Will Rise to the Challenge?

With unforgiving winds, a demanding course, and some of the world's best golfers vying for glory, the 152nd Open promises an exciting week of competition.

Tune in and witness the drama unfold as these golfing greats battle for the prestigious Claret Jug!

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