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Alex Levy will make his first-ever start at the U.S. Open

Alex Levy will make his first-ever start at the U.S. Open

The international sectional qualifier for next month’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay took place on Monday, the day following the European Tour’s flagship event at Wentworth. Europe’s best competed for six spots into the season’s second major at Walton Heath. 

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By Stephanie Wei under European PGA Tour

Phil warming up for the upcoming Open Championship

Phil Mickelson took advantage of the ideal conditions at Castle Stuart on Thursday morning — 70-plus degrees, no wind, and not a cloud in sight — and fired an opening six-under 66 at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.

Mickelson’s game appears to be shaping up quite nicely for next week’s Open Championship, and while others, including U.S. Open champion Justin Rose, are playing practice rounds at Muirfield to prepare, Phil prefers to play competitively the week before a major.

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By Conor Nagle under European PGA Tour

If history is to remember the conclusion of yesterday’s Vivendi Cup, it will probably be as the first real statement of intent from a promising young English golf pro by the name of John Parry. Only 23 years of age, he entered the final round with a slim lead over a handful of players. What complicated a pretty bog-standard tour free-for-all, though, was the fact that at the previous week’s Austrian Open, Parry had suddenly emerged from a year of mediocrity to seize the third-round lead, only to squander the opportunity with a final day of loose swings and tentative putts. Would history repeat itself?

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