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16:35  21 july  2019
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Comprehensive guide to the 2019 Open Championship The Open Championship: 148th edition Where: Dunluce Links at Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland When: July 18-21 How to watch In the United States In Canada Notable tee times (ET) Rory McIlroy grouped with Gary Woodland, Paul Casey Thursday - 5:09 a.m., Friday - 10:10 a.m. Rickie Fowler joined by Kevin Kisner, Hideki Matsuyama Thursday - 5:20 a.m., Friday - 10:21 a.m. Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Keegan Bradley form trio Thursday - 9:59 a.m., Friday - 4:58 a.m. Tiger Woods draws Patrick Reed, Matt Wallace Thursday - 10:10 a.m., Friday - 5:09 a.m. See all the notable tee times here.

Traditional symbols are important in Northern Ireland, and it prompted some to ask Rickie Fowler if he planned to wear his traditional Sunday orange For example, the color orange is deeply associated with the Orange Order, which is a protestant fraternal order that is squarely on the unionist side of the

Rick Yutaka Fowler (born December 13, 1988) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He was the number one ranked amateur golfer in the world for 37 weeks in 2007 and 2008.

British Open 2019: Rickie Fowler to wear traditional Sunday orange despite off-course concerns© Ben Jared (Photo by Ben Jared/PGA TOUR)

Rickie Fowler says he understands the political and cultural significance of orange on the Emerald Isle. That won't stop the 30-year-old from wearing his traditional Sunday ensemble at Royal Portrush.

Fowler, who enters the final round of the 2019 Open Championship in a tie for sixth after a Saturday 66, had been warned by players and caddies about wearing his usual attire. That's because the color orange has a connotation in Northern Ireland. The Orange Order is a Protestant fraternal order with deep conservative unionist roots in the country.

Though Ireland is currently in an era of peace, the color can still conjure memories to the past.

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Despite all the ceasefires and agreements, Northern Ireland remains a fractious part of the world. In the article, Lynch informs us that Brooks Koepka’s caddie, Ricky Elliott, warned Rickie Fowler long ago about wearing his trademark orange on the final day of this year’s Open Championship.

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However, after doing some research, Fowler told the media he has decided to stick with his Sunday outfit.

“I obviously know the history of Ireland and Northern Ireland. But a few people told me that being not a local, it doesn't necessarily matter as much or it shouldn't,” Fowler said at Portrush. “I'll have traditional Sunday orange."

Orange has been Fowler's motif throughout his career, his Sunday clothes shaded in the color as a nod to his Oklahoma State University roots.

Fowler begins Sunday eight shots behind 54-hole leader Shane Lowry. Since finishing T-2 to Rory McIlroy at the 2014 Open, Fowler has not finished in the top 20 at this event.

Lowry pockets over $1.9 million for Open Championship win.
Shane Lowry is leaving Royal Portrush with the Claret Jug and over $1.9 million after a six-shot win at the Open Championship on Sunday. The total purse for the 148th playing of golf's oldest major was $10,750,000, with Lowry claiming the top prize. Tommy Fleetwood's second-place finish saw him bring in $1,120,000, and Tony Finau pocketed $718,000 for his third-place showing. Trying conditions led to plenty of leaderboard movement on Sunday, with no player losing out on more money than J.B. Holmes. The veteran American entered the day in third, and he would have earned $718,000 for that finish.

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