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The first three people to pick the British Open winner and the winning score - in this thread - will win a free copy of Scorecard - http://cynicalpeak.com/scorecard/ .

Entries must be in by the end of the day Friday (i.e. tomorrow) eastern standard time. Or Daylight savings. Or whatever the heck time we're currently in. Midnight on my clock, basically.

Edit: One entry per person.

Have at it.

P.S. If you already have a Scorecard license, you can give yours to someone else on the forum.

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The first three people to pick the British Open winner and the winning score - in this thread - will win a free copy of Scorecard -

Harrington. 12 under.

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The first three people to pick the British Open winner and the winning score - in this thread - will win a free copy of Scorecard -

ernie els- 8 under

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Stewart Cink at 272.

I was going to say:
Brett Quigley at... er, no. Wait, let me change that. first, but I wanted to make it clear what my real prediction is.

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