Bjorn Beats Back British Open Ghosts

Bjorn Beats Back British Open Ghosts

As the course veered nearest the rocky levee separating Royal St. George's and the whitecaps whipping around in the blustery English Channel, American Gary Woodland pointed a finger toward the sky and smiled.

The heavens were as gray as the lint from a clothes-dryer filter, but the sun was trying mightily to break through. A sliver of sunshine, however briefly, had just flashed.

"Almost," Woodland laughed.

A playing partner at the British Open, fading star Thomas Bjorn, was doing his best to ensure that particular word isn't his epitaph at this venue.

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