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Harrington sees McIlroy capable of winning 18 majors: "Time appears to have caught up with Tiger Woods and we just wouldn’t have foreseen that a few years ago"

Harrington sees McIlroy capable of winning 18 majors: "Time appears to have caught up with Tiger Woods and we just wouldn’t have foreseen that a few years ago"

Rory McIlroy can match Jack Nicklaus’ haul of 18 major but Pádraig Harrington has warned the new Open champion that he must strike while the iron is hot and take advantage of his best years.

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Woods still "impressive" says Kuchar as Lowry shines in Scotland

Woods still "impressive" says Kuchar as Lowry shines in Scotland

As Tiger Woods brought back memories of his 2006 Open win by plotting his way around Hoylake without the use of a driver, Shane Lowry was plotting his own plan for Claret Jug glory with his first bogey-free round for six months.

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Hoey and Maybin shine, McGrane and McDowell grind

Hoey and Maybin shine, McGrane and McDowell grind

Graeme McDowell used to call him "Mágico" when they were growing up and with five European Tour wins under his belt, he wasn't far off the mark in his moniker for Shandon Park star Michael Hoey.

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McDowell digs deep in Paris

McDowell digs deep in Paris

Graeme McDowell might be feeling under pressure to make the Ryder Cup team on merit but if Paul McGinley ever has any doubts about picking the Rathmore man, he only has to look back at the way the defending champion turned what could have been a tournament wrecking run into a one under 70 on the opening day of the Alstom Open de France at Paris National.

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