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The Open: Top 5 groupings (1)

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It's the 143rd Open Championship this week at Royal Liverpool, Hoylake. It is, of course, the scene of Tiger Woods' last Open victory, way back in 2006. A lot has changed since then, even the golf course, according to the 14-time major champion himself. 

But what hasn't changed is the following the now-world number seven attracts wherever he goes. Woods will make his first major appearance of the year in the north west of England following his absence at the Masters and more recently, the U.S. Open at Pinehurst. 

His tee time is one not to be missed, but here are five groupings, including his, that you should be following when the contest for the Claret Jug gets underway this Thursday. 

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Topics:
Adam Scott
Jason Dufner
Golf
The Open
Rory McIlroy
Bubba Watson
European Tour
Tiger Woods
Justin Rose
Phil Mickleson

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