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There's no clear favorite for Women's British

Updated: September 17, 2012, 2:49 PM ET
By Mechelle Voepel

Since the elevation of the Women's British Open to a major championship in 2001, the event has been played at most of the "name" courses in the United Kingdom made famous over decades by men's competitions.

This year, for the first time, Royal Liverpool is the site for the women's tournament, which begins Thursday.

Last year, the British Open at Carnoustie was part of the Yani Tseng victory tour, one of her seven LPGA wins in 2011. She also won the British title ...

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