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The First Ken On The Course Of The Open Is Exactly Why We'll Miss Golf On BBC

The First Ken On The Course Of The Open Is Exactly Why We'll Miss Golf On BBC
By Conor O'Leary Updated

It's British Open time, which means more Peter Alliss, Andrew Cotter and the wonderful Ken Brown on our screens as the BBC host their final Open Championship on their screens at St. Andrew's. With Sky winning the rights to the tournament from 2017, we should cherish the the poetic genius of Alliss, the wonderful rolling of the "R's" of Andrew Cotter when a birdie rolls in, and our favourite Ken On The Course.

The first Ken On The Course featured after Tiger Woods dumped his first approach shot into the water on the first, and Ken Brown was on hand with a rubber duck with a fantastic video:

We'll miss them when their gone, but for now just enjoy.

See Also: We Pick the Irishman Most Likely To Win The Open
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