The Open 2018: Tiger Woods aims for major return at Carnoustie links

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Despite his age, Tiger Woods has revealed the British Open offers the best chance for the star golfer to win another major.

Kevin Kisner posted the lowest score on day one of the tournament, with a five under par round of 66. "The conditions have been fine", said the 34-year-old, who led going into the final round of last year's US PGA Championship before dropping away to finish tied for seventh. We'll go through that from most expensive to the value picks, then make our way to looking at some different lineups that you may use or base yours off of.

"I've struggled on slower greens throughout my entire career and it's one of the reasons I really like the fact this putter has grooves in".

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Another early starter taking advantage of the ideal summer weather in Carnoustie was South Africa's Erik Van Rooyen. Will this trend continue in this year's British Open, or will an established past victor come out on top this weekend? Perhaps an encore is coming at the British Open.

"It was playing as easy as it was going to play this whole week this morning, no wind at all. And I think that's the fun challenge of it".

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The legendary Gary Player won at Carnoustie back in 1968, while Ernie Els won at Muirfield in 2012 and Louis Oosthuizen triumphed at St Andrews in 2010, two other venues on Scotland's North Sea coast. The 29-year-old has also finished no higher than 29th in his past three Open Championship appearances, but turned in a second-place performance in 2014.

The likes of Northern Irish star Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose, the in form Italian Francesco Molinari and perhaps a dark horse in Sweden's Alex Noren, who won the French Open on the course where this year's Ryder Cup will be contested, look the likeliest to be contenders.

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