Clearly all it takes is an article from CalvinAyre.com’s ‘experts’ slagging off British golfers, for them to start winning. Since Dan Taylor’s diatribe, Lee Westwood has won Stateside, Graeme McDowell has become the first Brit in 40 years to lift the US Open trophy and Justin Rose has claimed victory in two out of his last three PGA Tour outings. The South African-born Rose is almost as untouchable as our resident tipster Tim Richards at the moment (Richards correctly tipped Rose to win the AT&T and Twice Over to win the Eclipse last week), so it’s no huge surprise to see Rose in to 20/1 with Bodog to bag The British Open at St Andrews this month. Fill yer boots. Read more.
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