Tuesday at the 2011 British Open Championship at Royal St. George’s

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Phil Mickelson played a practice round on Tuesday with Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Jeff Overton.
2 of 12 Eddie Keogh/Reuters
Rory McIlroy is making his first start this week since winning the U.S. Open last month.
3 of 12 Toby Melville/Reuters
Lee Westwood has finished in the top five in the past two Open Championships.
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Rickie Fowler and the rest of the field practiced in strong winds off the Strait of Dover.
5 of 12 Toby Melville/Reuters
Luke Donald kept the No. 1 spot in the World Rankings after winning the Scottish Open last week. Donald will now try to win his first major this week in his native England.
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Matt Kucharcarried his consistent play across the pond last week, finishing T10 at the Scottish Open.
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John Daly and Miguel Angel Jimenez, two of golf's most colorful characters, played a practice round together on Tuesday.
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Jim Furykisn't coming into the Open very confident. The 2010 FedEx Cup champion has missed five of the last six cuts.
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Adam Scott has Tiger Woods's caddie, Steve Williams, on the bag again this week.
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Steve Stricker took a charter flight on Sunday night to England only hours after winning the John Deere Classic.
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Ernie Els has 12 top-10 finishes in 19 starts at the Open, including a win in 2002.
12 of 12 Matt Dunham/AP
Louis Oosthuizen won the Open last year at St. Andrews.