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Tiger Woods has won The Open three times, including at St Andrews in 2000 and 2005; The 46-year-old said last week that he wanted to have “at least one more race” at the Old Course: he would watch The Open all week live on Sky Sports’ dedicated Open channel.

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Will this week be the last time we see Tiger Woods competing at St Andrews?

Will this week be the last time we see Tiger Woods competing at St Andrews?

Wayne ‘Radar’ Riley reflects on speculation about Tiger Woods’ golfing future and explains why he hopes this week won’t be the last time we see the 15-time Grand Slam champion in action at St Andrews.

Woods, 46, has competed only twice in ranked events since sustaining career-threatening injuries in last February’s car crash, with Woods retiring midway through the PGA Championship tournament before missing the US Open.

Woods has been adamant for months about wanting to play The Open again, telling reporters at last week’s JP McManus Pro-Am that he was looking forward to “one more race” on the Old Course, with Radar admitting it wouldn’t be one. surprise if this was his last appearance at St Andrews.

Ahead of The Open Championship, 15-time Grand Slam champion Tiger Woods says he wants to give at least one more run playing at a high level in St. Andrews.

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Ahead of The Open Championship, 15-time Grand Slam champion Tiger Woods says he wants to give at least one more run playing at a high level in St. Andrews.

Ahead of The Open Championship, 15-time Grand Slam champion Tiger Woods says he wants to give at least one more run playing at a high level in St. Andrews.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if it happened and I hope it doesn’t, because in another five years it will be back here on the great Old Course,” Radar told Sky Sports News before The Open. live on the dedicated Sky Sports channel.

“Tiger is a golfer that makes us all want more of him, he is one of those players. He is the most charismatic of golfers. Jack Nicklaus has the best record and he is a great player, but in the modern age, Tiger Woods has just be great for our game – the best game ever.

Tiger Woods believes his final triumph came when he won the house of golf twice in 2000 and 2005.

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Tiger Woods believes his final triumph came when he won the house of golf twice in 2000 and 2005.

Tiger Woods believes his final triumph came when he won the house of golf twice in 2000 and 2005.

“We’re here at The Old Course and will you stand there on the 18th and set the time of your career? I’ve been lucky enough to be there and see Arnold Palmer, Jack Nickaus and so many great players stand at Swilcan Bridge and do it.

“If he does, good for you, Tiger. But come on, just give us another five years! He’ll know when that time needs to come and he’ll know exactly when it’s time to walk away from our sport.”

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“We know all about back fusions and now it’s the ankle, but will it get better as he keeps working on it? He’s a fitness fanatic. Look at the way he’s going to get better. If he starts to get better…! who knows how it will be in a couple of years?!

“When you were so good at winning what he won and the way he did it, I mean who else is going to do that? He won a major by 15 strokes! That will never, ever be emulated.

Rich Beem assesses how the Old Course at St. Andrews will suit Tiger Woods and his chances of winning there again.

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Rich Beem assesses how the Old Course at St. Andrews will suit Tiger Woods and his chances of winning there again.

Rich Beem assesses how the Old Course at St. Andrews will suit Tiger Woods and his chances of winning there again.

“Then he came here and didn’t find a bunker in 2000! It’s just ridiculous, so I feel like he can still play, but if he says goodbye, we’ll still see Tiger around the traps, pardon the pun.”

Morikawa: appreciate Tiger in action

Defending champion Collin Morikawa said his generation of PGA Tour players, who grew up in awe of Woods, are happy to compete alongside the former World No. 1 at any given opportunity.

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“I think every time I get to see him, every time any of us get to see him, we have to appreciate him because we don’t know how many times he’s going to play here,” Morikawa said in his pre. – Tournament press conference. “He could play one, he could play ten, who knows?

“Any time you get to be around someone like that that you’ve idolized for so long, it’s amazing. He’s a great competitor and that’s the amazing thing about him. Even though he’s been through everything he’s been through, I know he’s fighting it.

After winning the Open Championship last year, Collin Morikawa had to return the Claret Jug before this year's 150th edition of the tournament.

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After winning the Open Championship last year, Collin Morikawa had to return the Claret Jug before this year’s 150th edition of the tournament.

After winning the Open Championship last year, Collin Morikawa had to return the Claret Jug before this year’s 150th edition of the tournament.

“I talked to him a few months ago about how much he has to do just to walk every day, it’s amazing. It just shows you how much courage and determination he wants to have to get back on top and win another event.” understand why.”

When is The Open live on Sky Sports?

Sky Sports The Open will show over 80 hours of live coverage from the iconic Old Course at St Andrews, more than ever before, with live programming seven days a week of the tournament and a host of additional bonus features available to enjoy.

Watch every moment of the 150th Open, live only here on Sky Sports.

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Watch every moment of the 150th Open, live only here on Sky Sports.

Watch every moment of the 150th Open, live only here on Sky Sports.

Live coverage of the first two rounds will begin at 6:30 a.m., before the first tee shot, and continue until after play ends, with live wall-to-wall coverage beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday and 8 am for the final round on Sunday.

There will be plenty of additional action throughout the four days via the red button on Sky Sports The Open, alongside Sky Q and Sky Glass, with featured groups and featured holes available to enjoy as the world’s best players take on the House of Golf.

Watch The 150th Open all week long live on the dedicated Sky Sports channel. Live coverage begins Thursday from 6.30am live on Sky Sports The Open.

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