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- Getty ImagesDoes the Old Course at St. Andrews offer the best test of a Tour pro's game? Royal Birkdale? Carnoustie? We asked Arnold Palmer, Rory McIlroy, Stacy Lewis and several other PGA and LPGA Tour pros to reveal their favorite links courses. Photo Gallery»
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- Getty ImagesRoyal Liverpool Golf Club, host of the fast-approaching Open Championship, may not be the most beautiful course, but its links offer a better form of golf, writes Michael Bamberger. Just ask Tiger Woods. Full Story»
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