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'Wide Open' British Open: Injuries Narrow The Field

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'Wide Open' British Open: Injuries Narrow The Field

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'Wide Open' British Open: Injuries Narrow The Field

'Wide Open' British Open: Injuries Narrow The Field

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The first round of the 137th British Open begins Thursday in Southport, England. Tiger Woods is not playing at Royal Birkdale because of an injury. Deborah Amos talks to Commentator John Feinstein about the other players to watch in the tournament.

Correction July 17, 2008

In this interview, we explained Kenny Perry's absence from the British Open by saying he was "home, with his feet up." In fact, Perry is playing at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.

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