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Golf Australia Express : July 2014
W ELCOME to the thinking man’s Open. Like many of the layouts on the Open Championship rotation, all the power in the world won’t necessarily help you around Royal Liverpool. Tiger Woods famously used his driver only once en route to winning at Hoylake in 2006, and for much of that winning weekend he even shelved his woods. Royal Liverpool is a lesson in restraint, and, if you’ve got the sturdy innards for it, exquisitely accurate long iron play. Like Open Championships past it will take more than skill alone to get hold of the Claret Jug this month. And Royal Liverpool will take more thinking to get around safely than most, writes Adrian Ballantyne. Watch the flyover video above to see how tight the Royal Liverpool layout is.