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Maggie Streb, as she has done at nearly every tournament the past 3 years, is in St. Andrews supporting her husband, Robert, who is in contention at The Open.
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The Scottish native is looking to prove that history can repeat itself at this year’s British Open. The last time he won the event? 1999.
Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, the Chattanooga shooter who fatally shot four Marines and wounded a police officer, made a terrorism joke in his high school yearbook quote.