IRVINE, Scotland -- Colin Montgomerie will play at the British Open for the first time since 2010 after qualifying for golfs oldest major on Tuesday.The 53-year-old Scot shot rounds of 66 and 71 to secure one of three places available from final qualifying at Gailes Links.Three other British courses -- Hillside, Royal Cinque Ports and Woburn -- were also hosting final qualifying for the British Open at Royal Troon, which starts July 14.Montgomerie, widely regarded as one of the best golfers never to win a major, made 21 straight British Open appearances through the 2010 tournament at St. Andrews. Montgomeries father, James, served as club secretary at Troon so it is a course he knows well.It means the world to me, said Montgomerie, who now plays on the Champions Tour.Montgomerie finished third at Gailes Links behind 1,418th-ranked Oskar Arvidsson of Sweden and Scott Fernandez of Spain.Montgomerie played the British Open at Troon in 1997 and 2004, finishing 24th and 25th respectively. 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Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. Nike Vapormax Goedkoop . Emery skated the length of the ice and fought an unwilling Holtby during the third period of the Flyers 7-0 loss Friday night in Philadelphia. He was given 29 penalty minutes, including a game misconduct. But Emery did not face even a disciplinary hearing with NHL senior vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan because rules 46. Even in November last year, Mushfiqur Rahim made runs for fun. But within months, the runs dried up and then one mistake on the field, and another off it, turned him into a different Mushfiqur. He is in dire need of a big one against England, which would put his doubters to rest. But the change in his persona has been remarkable, and some believe that his changed attitude is having an effect on his form on the field.The straight-shooter who took on the powerful even two years ago has slowly turned into a man who needs runs and to sharpen his wicketkeeping. There is very little chance of a question being raised about his commitment or place in the team, but Bangladesh rely on him for providing the push from the middle-order, and as a strong character in the middle who can take on the best bowling attacks in the world.Mushfiqur made only 56 runs in the three innings against Afghanistan, falling to the slog-sweep twice and before being dropped from the same shot at deep square-leg in the third game. Only he would know whats best for him, and sticking to ones strength is commendable, but sticking to a shot that is consistently letting him down could also be described as stubbornness.Behind the stumps, Mushfiqur had an even worse time against Afghanistan. He missed three catches in different times and a stumping that probably cost Bangladesh the second ODI. The lapses have led to renewed questions about his dual role in the team, an issue that dogged him throughout 2015.During the Afghanistan series however, Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza backed Mushfiqur even after his missed stumping in the second game. He said that as long as Mushfiqur was professional in his on-field duties, there could be no complaints. But there is a growing concern within the Bangladesh dressing-room about the air of distraction that he has produced over the last few months. Some say that Mushfiqurs excessive training is weighing him down, and it is a popular sentiment now that he hasnt scored many runs. He usually arrives hours before his team-mates for training in Mirpur, and bats as long as possible. Even during match days, he has been known to arrive at the ground with an advance party, rather than his team-mates.In the past, Mushfiqur has gone through purple patches while training as much as he does now. But even great batsmen, such as Steve Waugh and Sachin Tendulkar, at different times of their illustrious careers, cut down on their training to sharpen their focus for the actual match. Waugh wrote about this phenomenon in his autobiography while Tendulkar opted out of net sessions for the entire 2003 World Cup.It is unknown whether he has been told to reduce his intensity in training, in keeping with many details of Mushfiqurs life these days. But when Shakib Al Hasan recently said that doing the job in the middle is more important than the hours spent in training, there was naturally some comparison between the two players who went to the same sports institute in their teens and who made their ODI debuts in the same match at Harare in 2006. But Shakib and Mushfiqur are vastly different people, so it is also natural for them to have varied approaches to training.It is not hard to notice how Mushfiqurs persona changed after this years World T20, particularly following the match against India in which he celebrated before the win was sealed. He got out the next ball, and Bangladessh went on to lose by one run.dddddddddddd The public reaction veered from numbness to outrage but there were very few in Bangladeshs mainstream media who blamed him directly. Mushfiqur however made the mistake of tweeting his happiness when India exited the tournament in the semi-final. He quickly deleted the tweets but it was bound to become viral and remain in the search engines as screenshots. The direct abuse he took was brutal, and some weeks later he was reportedly reprimanded by the BCB.For a long time, Mushfiqur had maintained his distance from the media, and more so now. It is natural for him to feel hard done by, although he has had to answer public questions about the India match just the once, and none about the tweets. But Bangladesh cricketers have often mistaken social media reaction with that of the mainstream medias.Recent poor form, off-field distraction and trouble with the media has made life quite complicated for a man who was, for a long time, regarded as a straightforward person who wasnt afraid of consequences, whether it was about a faltering teammate, a disorganized league or the ICC. Mushfiqur remains the only international captain to speak against the Big Three for proposing the two-tier Test system in January 2014. With the BCB eventually siding with the powerful, his message wouldnt have gone down well with his bosses.When Mohammad Ashraful was suspended by the BCB in mid-2013 after admitting involvement with match-fixing in the 2013 BPL, Mushfiqur blasted him, calling it a betrayal of the nation. He was the first Bangladeshi player to talk about non-payments in the first edition of the BPL. He nearly lost his captaincy as the board wasnt happy with his comments.If things arent up to his standards, he will speak out. He can be emotional too, and has quit the captaincy at least three times in the last three years. He first did so minutes after Bangladesh had lost an ODI series against Zimbabwe in 2013, only to be coaxed back a few weeks later. He also gave away the role during the 2015 BPL and in this years Dhaka Premier League. Mushfiqur has every right to take such decisions, but misinterpretation becomes a natural reaction when he doesnt send the message across to the public domain.Even then, it is his choice whether he wants to talk to the media or not. But he should also understand that when there are so many questions about his decisions and actions, some level of culpability falls on him. It clears perceptions and gives him a more objective outlook. When he looked angry at the Big Threes proposal two years ago, journalists asked him how he felt about Bangladesh being threatened with the loss of their Test status. His reply was objective, and he didnt hold back.Theres no doubt that he is the same Mushfiqur but the indignation that began after losing his ODI and T20 captaincy in 2014 was thought to have disappeared through his run-making in 2015. But another spate of incidents, and his distance from the public, culminated in him becoming a batsman seeking runs desperately. Only Mushfiqur himself would know how to get out of this rut - whether that is through a lot more batting in the nets, by creating more distance between himself and the media, or by changing tack completely and starting afresh. ' ' '