What do Tiger Woods and the White House have in common? They're both all about "getting to the good stuff right away."
Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Louis Oosthuizen all went at it at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship. It was an unbelievable tournament.
Rory McIlroy is still nursing a bum ankle and won't be playing at Firestone next week before the PGA Championship.
Jason Day and Bubba Watson held off Canada's dream ending on Sunday at Glen Abbey.
Will Rory McIlroy be back for the PGA Championship? Where does Tiger Woods fit into the mix? None of it matters because Jordan Spieth is the massive favorite for Whistling Straits.
Jordan Spieth has two majors and a bunch of victories over other golfers in the first three majors of 2015.
Jordan Spieth's Grand Slam bid fades, Zach Johnson gets his second major and, well, Rory McIlroy would have won this week.
Danny Willet just shot 66-69 to take the clubhouse lead halfway through the second round of the 2015 British Open. Who in the world is he?
The British Open is so close now. Here are five things I've already loved about this week's event and what to look forward to as an historic tournament unfolds.
Jordan Spieth can't actually pull this off, can he? He's halfway home to the Grand Slam with a ton of history standing in his way.

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