British Open: Why the Three Ulster Champions Are so Good

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British Open: Why the Three Ulster Champions Are so Good
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Darren Clarke hails from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland, in an area commonly called Ulster by the Irish and the British.  

Ulster used to be defined simply as the tribe that ruled the northern part of Ireland. 

Now, more specifically, it consists of six counties in Northern Ireland (Antrim, Arnagh, Down, Fermagh, Londonderry and Tyrone) and three in the Republic of Ireland (Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan).  

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