Ian Poulter falls short after 67
GULLANE, Scotland -- Perhaps Ian Poulter approached Sunday's final round at the Open Championship like the Ryder Cup.
The English golfer who has made a name for himself by breaking American hearts at the biennial grudge match was making them from all over Scotland and made a run at the Claret Jug in the process.
Poulter shot a 4-under-par 67 and gave a jolt to partisan British fans who were also at Muirfield to root on Lee Westwood. He was eight back at the start of the round and ...
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THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
The Open returns to Scotland and Muirfield for the first time since 2002. Who will hold the Claret Jug this time around?