SOUTHPORT, England — Defending British Open champion Henrik Stenson doesn’t exactly sound bullish on his chances of defending his title and retaining the Claret Jug for another year. He has missed the cut in both majors this season and conceded he has had trouble dealing with the extra demands on his time that come with...
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