10 Hours ago (01:15)
Jordan Spieth speaks with Michael Collins and credits his previous experience in majors in overcoming losing the lead on Sunday to win The Open.
10 Hours ago
Michael Collins explains why he was impressed with Jordan Spieth's finish on the 13th hole of The Open, which nearly took a half hour to play.
2 Days ago
Bob Harig explains why Jordan Spieth, who holds a 3-shot lead, is in a good position at the British Open to walk away with the major.
Michael Collins recounts his conversation with Branden Grace, who admitted that he didn't know he was the first golfer to shoot 62 in a major round.
Michael Collins joins SportsCenter to provide background on Branden Grace's record round at The Open.
Ian Poulter is relishing the chance to win the Claret Jug as he made the cut for the final round of The Open.
Jordan Spieth has admitted he feels nervous going into the final round of The Open with a two-shot lead at Royal Birkdale.
3 Days ago
Bob Harig shares insight on Phil Mickelson missing the cut, while Jordan Spieth leads the pack after the second round of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
Tony Kornheiser and Pablo Torre dissect Jordan Spieth's Open chances after he ends the second round with a two-stroke lead.
Lee Westwood's second round at the Open Championship was far from ideal, but his eagle on the fifth was something special.
Rory McIlroy believes the stern words from his caddie was reason for his turnaround in form during the first round of The Open.
Former World number one, Jason Day is tied for 26th, four shots off the pace after Day One at Birkdale but believes he is still in contention to win.
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