Will Ferrell Picks 'The French' To Win Open Championship

By Jon Ackerman
Tuesday July 15th, 2014 10:57 am EDT


Connoisseur of all things major championship golf, Will Ferrell is back with his thoughts, analysis and predictions for the year’s third major. Like his orations on the Masters and U.S. Open previously released by Golf.com, Ferrell’s take on the Open Championship is nothing short of magnificent.

Well, then, let us be the first to congratulate Victor Dubuisson, Victor Riu or Gregory Bourdy, the only French golfers in the field this week at Royal Liverpool. Whoever prevails from that trio will become the first Frenchman to win the Open Championship since Arnaud Massy in 1907 at, coincidentally enough, Royal Liverpool.

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