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US Open winner Gary Woodland remains 'the other guy' at British Open

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland - Since winning the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach last month, Gary Woodland is getting recognized a lot more in public. But at times, he's still relatively anonymous.

Woodland went to breakfast in Portrush this week with tour veteran Matt Kuchar and decidedly was "the other guy."

"I took about 20 pictures for him," Woodland said. "Nobody knew who I was; they all knew who he was.

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