Jordan Spieth of the U.S. with the Claret Jug trophy REUTERS/Paul Childs
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Jordan Spieth feels he is back in the groove and capable of becoming the first player since Irishman Padraig Harrington in 2007-2008 to win back-to-back Opens.Spieth has not won since his Open success last July but he believes his game is back in place for the rigors of Carnoustie when battle commences Thursday, having taken some time out to relax.The return of Woods, who inspired many of the 20-something Americans to take up the sport, will be intriguing to see if the sea air awakens the genius in him.The likes of Northern Irish star Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose, the in form Italian Francesco Molinari and perhaps a dark horse in Sweden's Alex Noren, who won the French Open on the course where this year's Ryder Cup will be contested, look the likeliest to be contenders.
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