Kevin Na

What to watch for at the British Open

What to watch for at the British Open

When it comes to a summer of major championships in golf, it's out with the new and back to the old. Last month it was the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, a golf course that had been open to the public for only eight years when Jordan Spieth beat the best on a course where the grass was brown and dying quickly. Now it's on to St. Andrews for the British Open, where golf first was played before Columbus reached America. There's a reason it's called the Old Course. St. Andrews is expected to be green from recent rain. The rest test is from the wind. Without it, Rory McIlroy shot 63 in the first round in 2010 at St. Andrews to tie a major championship record. Caught in a...