Fleetwood banks on home comforts for elusive major title

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Fleetwood banks on home comforts for elusive major title

Tommy Fleetwood, the world number 21, will have a home advantage as he competes in the British Open at Hoylake. Born in Southport, just 30 miles north of Royal Liverpool, Fleetwood aims to become the first Englishman to win the tournament since Nick Faldo in 1992. Despite coming close in previous years, finishing second in 2019 and tying fourth in 2020, Fleetwood remains determined to secure victory. He expressed his excitement about playing on a course that has undergone significant changes since the last Open in 2014. Fleetwood also shared his admiration for the unique atmosphere of The Open and his dream of winning a major championship, especially one so close to his hometown.

For the first two rounds at Hoylake, Fleetwood will be paired with American world number one Scottie Scheffler and Australian Adam Scott, both former Masters champions. Fleetwood expressed his satisfaction with the pairing, stating that he gets along well with both players and enjoys their company on and off the course. He acknowledged their skills as top golfers and emphasized the importance of surrounding oneself with such talent to stay competitive in the game.

In conclusion, Tommy Fleetwood is eager to make history by becoming the first Englishman to win the British Open in nearly three decades. With his familiarity with the Hoylake course and the support of his hometown crowd, Fleetwood is determined to achieve his dream of winning a major championship. Paired with accomplished golfers Scottie Scheffler and Adam Scott, Fleetwood is motivated to keep pace with the best in the game.

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