40 Wednesday, 15 July 2009 London Lite LITESPORT Tee-off Times Tomorrow and Friday. (x) denotes amateurs 0630 & 1141 M Campbell (NZ), P Broadhurst, M Calcavecchia (US) 0641 & 1152 J Overton (US), P Larrazabal (Spa), G Orr 0652 & 1203 A Wall, R Sabbatini (SA), J Milkha Singh (Ind) 0703 & 1214 N Watney (US), G Storm, C Schwartzel (SA) 0714 & 1225 R Echenique (Arg), R Finch, M OMeara (US) 0725 & 1236 N Dougherty, D Duval (US), A Scott (Aus) 0736 & 1247 K Perry (US), G Norman (Aus), O Wilson 0747 & 1258 H Stenson (Swe), S Stricker (US), W-C Liang (Chn) 0758 & 1309 T Watson (US), S Garcia (Spa), (x) M Manassero (Ita) 0809 & 1320 P Hanson (Swe), D Johnson (US), L Oosthuizen (SA) 0820 & 1331 V Singh (Fij), B Watson (US), G McDowell 0831 & 1342 C Villegas (Col), Y Ikeda (Jpn), S OHair (US) 0842 & 1353 A Yano (Jpn), L Donald, D Clarke 0858 & 1409 J Leonard (US), R Allenby (Aus), A Hansen (Den) 0909 & 1420 T Woods (US), L Westwood, R Ishikawa (Jpn) 0920 & 1431 R Green (Aus), C Campbell (US), G Fernandez-Castano (Spa) 0931 & 1442 D Howell, S Cink (US), T Jaidee (Tha) 0942 & 1453 R Jacquelin (Fra), K Duke (US), M Goggin (Aus) 0953 & 1504 B Baird (US), M Brown (Nzl), J Edfors (Swe) 1004 & 1515 D J Trahan (US), P Marksaeng (Tha), M Brier (Aut) 1015 & 1526 C Wood, B Weekley (US), R Pampling (Aus) 1026 & 1537 J Ahlers (SA), B Molder (US), R Ramsay 1037 & 1548 B Mayfair (US), M Cayeux (Zim), L Saltman 1048 & 1559 R Rock, M Laird, B Crane (US) 1059 & 1610 B Grace (SA), T Haylock, B Snedeker (US) 1110 & 1621 M Wright (Aus), D Wardrop, P Ellebye (Den) 1141 & 0630 T Stewart (Aus), D McGrane, M Kuchar (US) 1152 & 0641 D Higgins, J Kavanagh, D Gaunt (Aus) 1203 & 0652 G Bhullar (Ind), R Davies, J Driscoll (US) 1214 & 0703 A Quiros (Spa), S Lyle, S Marino (US) 1225 & 0714 N Faldo, S Kjeldsen (Den), B Gay (US) 1236 & 0725 B Curtis (US), M Weir (Can), R Fisher 1247 & 0736 S Ames (Can), T Clark (SA), C Howell III (US) 1258 & 0747 E Els (SA), L Glover (US), M Kaymer (Ger) 1309 & 0758 J Rose, H Mahan (US), A Romero (Arg) 1320 & 0809 C Montgomerie, Z Johnson (US), K J Choi (Kor) 1331 & 0820 R McIlroy, A Kim (US), R Goosen (SA) 1342 & 0831 T Hamilton (US), S Hansen (Den), T Kondo (Jpn) 1353 & 0842 I Poulter, J B Holmes (US), M Angel Jimenez (Spa) 1409 & 0858 P Casey, R Imada (Jpn), A Cabrera (Arg) 1420 & 0909 PHarrington,JFuryk(US),GOgilvy(Aus) 1431 & 0920 P Lawrie, D Love III (US), S Appleby (Aus) 1442 & 0931 P McGinley, C Pettersson (Swe), J Daly (US) 1453 & 0942 (x) S Gross (Ger), D Toms (US), T Lehman (US) 1504 & 0953 J Kingston (SA), C Hoffman (US), F Jacobson (Swe) 1515 & 1004 P Goydos (US), F Molinari (Ita), R Sterne (SA) 1526 & 1015 T Levet (Fra), R S Johnson (Swe), K Sutherland (US) 1537 & 1026 T Aiken (SA), P Hedblom (Swe), P Baker 1548 & 1037 F Andersson Hed (Swe), J Geary (Nzl), D Drysdale 1559 & 1048 K Kuboya (Jpn), B Vaughan (US), E Saltman 1610 & 1059 T Wood (Aus), D Smail (Nzl), O Fisher 1621 & 1110 T Pilkadaris (Aus), S Surry, K Oda (Jpn) Tiger warns:You Casey:Iwill IF Paul Casey takes the lead in the Open at Turnberry on Thursday he confidently predicts he will react better than he did at Royal Troon five years ago. Paired with Phil Mickelson and ranked 30th in the world at the time, Casey opened with a five-under-par 66 but followed it with a 77. Im a very different player now, said the 31-year-old, now third in the world -- and the second highest-ranked player in the field with Phil Mickelson absent. It was probably quite scary and I was probably a little bit out of my depth at that stage. Monty hurt by Sandy storm SHOULD Colin Montgomerie fail to rise to the occasion this week at Turnberry he knows whos responsible -- and surprise, surprise its not himself. No, if Ryder Cup skipper Monty fails to tame the ultra tough links it wont be down to his dodgy swing, but fellow grumpy Scottish golfer Sandy Lyle. Yesterday two-time major winner Lyle brought up the cheating controversy which Montgomerie was involved in four years ago in Jakarta. A somewhat contrite Lyle later apologised, before adding: Its all been well-documented. Its all on video. Its not like Im fabricating. And a less than impressed Monty believes Lyles ill-timed comments have disturbed his preparations leading into his 20th crack at The Open. He said: Its a rather strange apology to be honest with you. Its nothing much to do with me at all -- its all Sandy. Ive read it and Im digesting it and Ill let you know when Ive digested it further. Ive nothing much to say. Im just trying to come down here and compete in the Open and my preparations have been slightly dented. Im not very happy about that at all. by david dibble British hope: Paul Casey World No1 tells how testing Open course turns men into champions TIGER WOODS believes there will be nofakingitatthisweeksOpenCham- pionship and that Turnberry will iden- tify a worthy champion to follow Tom Watson, Greg Norman and Nick Price. Watson won the famous Duel in the Sun with Jack Nicklaus in 1977, when the pair went head-to-head over the last 36 holes and played such brilliant golf that Hubert Green was 10 shots behind Nicklaus in third. In 1986, Greg Norman won his second Open title after a second round of 63 the joint lowest score ever recorded in a major championship helped him to a five-shot victory. And in 1994, Zimba- bwes Nick Price carded four rounds in the 60s and finished birdie-eagle-par over the last three holes of his final round to pip Swedens Jesper Parnevik to the title. Woods feels it is no coincidence that the three Opens staged at Turnberry have produced such high quality cham- pions, and the world number one believes the same will be true this year when the Claret Jug is presented to the winner on Sunday. I think if you look at it (the past win- ners), I think you look at the guys who were some of the best ball strikers, Woodssaid.Atthisgolf courseyoucan understand why. You really do have to hit your ball well here. You just cant fake it around this golf course. You just have to hit good golf shots.Andthosefourguysalludedtoare all some of the best ball strikers of all time. Unsurprisingly, Woods is a prohibitive favourite to claim his 15th major title, with world number two Phil Mickelson absent as his wife battles cancer and defending champion Padraig Har- rington struggling for form. Of course it was Woods who was miss- by geoff teather index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html