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In times of storm due to the LIV, golf returns to its origins, to one of its most legendary courses, Saint Andrews, in Scotland, to celebrate the 1


In times of storm due to the LIV, golf returns to its origins, to one of its most legendary courses, Saint Andrews, in Scotland, to celebrate the 150th edition of the British Open, in which Collin Morikawa defends the title, to which Scottie Scheffler arrives as the leader of the world ranking and where Jon Rahm starts as an applicant.

Fourteen million euros (same amount of dollars) in prizes, 2.5 for the winner, will distribute this tournament that has the organization of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club and that did not invite Greg Norman, the face visible part of the LIV circuit, the golf ‘super league’ that is financed with money from the United Arab Emirates.