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2021 AIG Women’s British Open: Full Viewer’s Guide

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The final major of 2021 gets underway this week, with an elite field ready to tackle Carnoustie in what will be the last taste of major action for golf fans until next April.

Ahead of the event, here’s a rundown of all the coverage, which you can tune in for ahead of the year’s last major, as well as betting odds, course history and more.

2021 AIG Women’s British Open TV schedule

Thursday

U.S.

6 a.m. – 1 p.m: Golf Channel (ET)

UK & Ireland

11 a.m. – 6 p.m: Sky Sports (BST)

Friday

U.S.

6 a.m. – 1 p.m: Golf Channel (ET)

UK & Ireland

11 a.m. – 6 p.m: Sky Sports (BST)

Saturday

U.S.

6 a.m. – 1 p.m: Golf Channel (ET)

UK & Ireland

11 a.m. – 6 p.m: Sky Sports (BST)

Sunday

U.S.

7 a.m. – midday: Golf Channel (ET)

UK & Ireland

12 p.m. – 7 p.m: Sky Sports (BST)

Host Course:

Carnoustie GL last hosted a major championship back in 2018 when Francesco Molinari hoisted the Claret Jug after posting an 8-under par total.

  • 1968 Gary Player (+1)
  • 1975 Tom Watson (-9)
  • 1999 Paul Lawrie (+6)
  • 2007 Pádraig Harrington (-7)
  • 2018 Francesco Molinari (-8)

Betting Favorites:

Odds courtesy of BetOnline.ag:

  • Nelly Korda 8/1
  • Lydia Ko 12/1
  • Atthaya Thitikul 16/1
  • Ariya Jutanugarn 22/1
  • Inbee Park 22/1

Weather Forecast

Per Weather.com, showers should be around most of the week at Carnoustie, with wind picking up slightly from Friday onwards.

 

 

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Gianni is the Managing Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected].

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PGA Tour pro provides ‘the lowest hanging fruit’ for golfers to lower their handicap

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Michael Kim, who’s been extremely active on social media over the past year or so, once again took to X to give some tips for lowering your handicap.

According to Kim, the “lowest hanging fruit” to lower your handicap is adding distance.

Kim then referred back to his previous post from back in October, which went in depth about how he added speed and distance to his own game.

There you have it! If you want to lower your handicap, add distance.

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6-time Euro Tour champ says Patrick Cantlay ‘should be nailed with a huge fine’ over Genesis incident

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During Thursday’s opening round of the Genesis Invitational, PGA Tour star Patrick Cantlay received some criticism for not yelling “fore” on a handful of his wayward shots on the back nine at Riviera Country Club.

Among the critics was former professional golfer, Tony Johnstone.

One X user replied to Johnstone, to which Tony opined that Cantlay should be fined.

He also accused Cantlay of “narcissism” for not feeling the need to warn spectators.

In recent years, players such as Bryson DeCheambeau have taken a lot of heat for not yelling “fore” when the situation dictates it. It appears Cantlay may be the next player under the microscope for the same offense.

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LET star becomes latest sportsperson to announce OnlyFans partnership

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Ladies European Tour player Amy Boulden took to social media to announce that she is partnering with OnlyFans.

 

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“Collaborating with OnlyFans gives me the opportunity to connect directly with fans and bring my followers on the journey with me as I compete around the world,” Boulden said when announcing the launch.

“OnlyFans is revolutionising the way we use social media, so launching my page on the platform felt like a natural next step for my career.

“With women’s golf continuing to grow in popularity, OnlyFans feels like the perfect platform to showcase the sport globally.”

Boulden has one European Tour win, the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open back in 2020. She is the second professional golfer to partner with OnlyFans, as British golfer Liam O’Neill launched a partnership with the platform last year.

Last year, tennis star Nick Kyrgios became one of the highest-profile sportspeople to join Only Fans in a bid to take fans behind the scenes of his career.

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