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Last Updated: Thursday, 17 July, 2003, 07:09 GMT 08:09 UK
The Open - round one photos
Iain Pyman tees off on the first hole at the 132nd Open Championship
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Englishman Iain Pyman has the honour of getting the 132nd Open Championship underway - but he cards a bogey on the first
Hennie Otto daffs his cap as he leaves the 18th green
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South African Hennie Otto is in the opening group and he sets the clubhouse lead on three under par with a 68
Tom Watson hits his tee-shot on the first
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US veteran Tom Watson shares the lead after 16, but a double-bogey and then a bogey at the last drops him back to level-par
Davis Love III lines up a putt
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Davis Love III is a model of consistency with just one bogey in his two-under-par round of 69
Donald holds up his ball after a birdie on the seventh
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English youngster Luke Donald copes well with the pressure of playing alongside Tiger, but a mixed round leaves him five over
Spain's Sergio Garcia finishes on a 73
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Tiger's other playing partner Sergio Garcia, has an equally varied round and bogeys the last to finish on two over
Greg Norman plays a pitch shot
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Greg Norman holds the lead on the course for a long time, but a bogey at the 18th sees him drop to two under par
Philip Price plays out of the rough on the first
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The rough at Sandwich is particularly wild, as Welshman Phillip Price finds out on the first hole
Jerry Kelly and his caddy search for the ball in the rough
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American Jerry Kelly suffers even more indignity as he takes a mammoth 11 at the first
Colin Montgomerie drives from the course on a buggy
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Colin Montgomerie retires from the Open after just seven holes because of an injury caused by a fall earlier in the day
SK Ho plays a shot
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South Korean S K Ho's score of one under par looks very good as the late starters face increasing winds
Ernie Els reacts after missing a putt
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Defending champion Ernie Els has the worst of the conditions and he is seven over after 18 holes




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