Pros like Kyle Stanley didn't know a week ago they'd be teeing it up at the British Open. Now, Stanley, along with a few other opportunistic souls, are in contention at Royal St. George's, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Thomas Bjorn won't let his collapse at the 2003 British Open define him. After an opening-round 65 on Thursday, he knows better than most not to get ahead of himself, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Steve Elkington and Thomas Bjorn each lost by one stroke at the PGA Championship. They'll always wonder about what could have been.
When Thomas Bjorn stumbled late, Tiger Woods couldn't make the pars that might have won him the Claret Jug.