Welcome to WYGW.......... Windows 12 may force a major change for new PCs .... Haley says Trump won’t debate her because she’ll call him out on ‘lying’.....Rifts emerge among top Israeli officials over how to handle the war against Hamas in Gaza..............

The 151st Open Championship Commences at Royal Liverpool, England, Marking the Final Major of the Year

The 151st Open Title, which remains as the last major of the year, started Thursday morning in Hoylake, Britain, with numerous in the US actually sleeping soundly. Neighborhood fellow Matthew Jordan started the procedures as an Open covered with verifiable ramifications and including a stacked 156-man field started off at Regal Liverpool interestingly starting around 2014.

As the 151st Open Championship kicks off at Royal Liverpool, the golfing world is abuzz with excitement as some of the biggest names take center stage in Cycle 1. Among the early starters is PGA Title champ Creeks Koepka, a five-time major winner, who has the opportunity to secure his second multiple-major season by lifting the Claret Jug once again.

Not to be outdone, World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler enters the competition with a remarkable streak of 18 consecutive top 12 finishes under his belt, and he aims to further cement his dominance by clinching his second major victory.

Champion Golf player of the Year, Cameron Smith, has his sights set on making history as he attempts to become the first successful defender of the Claret Jug since Padraig Harrington achieved the feat in 2007-08. Meanwhile, seasoned contenders like Rickie Fowler, Patrick Cantlay, and Xander Schauffele are eager to add the prestigious major title to their illustrious careers.

However, all eyes are on the world's No. 2-ranked golfer, Rory McIlroy, who arrives at Hoylake fresh off his victory at the Scottish Open. McIlroy, a four-time major champion, is seeking his fifth major title and hopes to replicate his triumphant performance from nine years ago when he claimed the Open Championship at the very same venue. Alongside him, fellow Europeans Jon Rahm and Justin Rose also pose formidable challenges, making the competition even more thrilling and unpredictable.