‘When it rains at The Open, they just sit there and get wet’

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TigerWoodsBritishOpenAs far as weather is concerned, the 114th British Open promises to be the British Open of British Opens.
Got that?

The major begins Thursday in St. Andrews and, according to forecasts, wind and rain could play a major role, particularly on the last three days of the four-day event.

The British Open wouldn’t be complete with a bit of rain and swirling winds, right lad?

The Open posted on its Twitter page today a video featuring a handful of pro golfers talking about their experiences with fans in Scotland and the excitement spectators bring to The Open, even in the rain.

My favorite line: “It doesn’t matter if it rains. Anywhere else if it rains, everybody starts running for shelter. When it rains at The Open, they just sit there and get wet.”

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