10 golfers who need a British Open win

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Obviously no one essentially "needs" a British Open but in the meantime everybody needs a British Open. It is, professionally talking, a generally enriching occasion.

I need to discuss the stars today, however, the ones for whom it would mean the most generally when we're thinking again at the 2014 British Open 50 years from now.

Which of those would it mean the most to?

Obviously no one essentially "needs" a British Open but in the meantime everybody needs a British Open. It is, professionally talking, a generally enriching occasion.

I need to discuss the stars today, however, the ones for whom it would mean the most generally when we're thinking again at the 2014 British Open 50 years from now.

Which of those would it mean the most to?

1. Tiger Woods: The dry season is getting very nearly clever as of right now. Recollect July 2008. I could have gotten 10,000-to-1 chances on Tiger not winning an alternate major before the 2014 British Open. At that point I could have wagered $5 and taken all your cash.

He needs it, the game needs it, everybody needs it.

2. Sean Foley: I'm not certain if Foley is in fact considered a golfer, yet to the degree that Tiger inundates the whole golf world, I need to incorporate him on this schedule. Woods hasn't shut at a major under him, and with each one passing real the rumblings develop louder that Tiger isn't as innovative as he used to be or as fun on the course as he once seemed to be.

Gratefully, Foley has that 2013 US Open win from Justin Rose to fall over on, correct?

3. Lee Westwood: Let's be straightforward here for a moment - I don't not root. Anyhow if Lee Westwood is in the mixdown the stretch on Sunday with the whole kingdom willing him home, I'm not going to not pull for that. None, of these are you.

He'll be jacked, as well. Hitting moon balls and such.

4. Jason Day: sooner or later he need to transform that zero into an one as far as real title wins. Would you be more astounded if Jason Day never won a real or if Tiger Woods never won an alternate major? I think I'd be more astonished about Day as he has completed in the main eight in four of his last six majors.

Side note: if Angel Cabrera, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose and Charl Schwartzel were never conceived, Jason Day would be a four-time significant champ.

5. Sergio Garcia: Sergio needs a major like Pat Riley needs a solid beverage. Gravely.

6. Adam Scott: The smooth Australian needs to demonstrate his grit as the No. 1 player on the planet. He's been great in the initial couple of majors this season yet not world class. He needs to be world class. A second real would vault him from "hey, great player in an incredible era" to "we can begin discussing the corridor of acclaim" status.

7. Graeme Mcdowell: Oh kid, the Guinness would never quit streaming if Mcdowell could spill it from the Claret Jug. I think we would recollect that him so diversely on the off chance that he could force off the twofold Open deed with a US and a British. Using up time, however.

8. Justin Rose: Sort of the same thing as Scott. We can begin discussing him truly on the off chance that he wins a second major. His just main 10 at a British Open, however, is the point at which he played as a beginner in 1998.

9. Rory Mcilroy: I continue composing that Mcilroy is the most skilled golfer on the planet and he continues going out and demonstrating me not right. Perhaps he simply needs a major to recover the train towards incredible status on the track. Then again a model. Yet presumably a major.

Likewise, I'm cheerful he doesn't do this too often in the not so distant future:

10. Ian Poulter: Can you envision the insane eyes we'd see from Poulter on the off chance that he, say, contributed to No. 18 to beat Dustin Johnson by a shot next Sunday?