2012 British Open: Jim Furyk Looking To Rebound From U.S. Open

West Chester native Jim Furyk is looking to rebound at the 2012 British Open from his collapse in the U.S. Open. Furyk, the 2003 U.S. Open champ, had a one stroke lead on the final day at the Olympic Club in San Francisco before he scored bogey on three of the final six holes.

After a practice round at Royal Lytham & St. Annes on Tuesday, Furyk said ''I have always had a big drive to succeed and play well and work hard. If I play poorly, it makes me mad and makes me want to do better next time. If I play well and come so close, it's disappointing but I'll work hard either way. At the end of my career, I'm not going to look back and have any regrets.''

Furyk also said the damp conditions at the British Open won't get to him. ''It doesn't matter to me, I've done low in both (good and bad conditions). I've shot 25 and 28 under to win golf tournaments and I've gone around in even par to win golf tournaments. You just adjust to the conditions." (via Fox Sports)

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