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Golf: The Open Championship

Thursday, July 18,

at 3 a.m., TSN

Some of the world's best players hit the links at the Muirfield Golf Club in Scotland for the third major of the PGA Tour season -- The Open Championship. After his playoff victory at the Scottish Open last weekend, all eyes will be on enigmatic American star Phil Mickelson.

Summer Camp

Friday, July 19, at 8 p.m., Slice

Sixteen adults from all walks of life pack their bags and head to summer camp in this premi®re. The diehard campers take part in a competition like no other at an idyllic lakeside retreat where they face challenges inspired by classic camp games.

America's Got Talent

Tuesday, July 23, at 8 p.m., NBC and Citytv

The balance of power shifts in this first live show of the season, which will be judged by viewers. Nick Cannon hosts as 12 of the top 60 acts take the stage at New York's iconic Radio City Music Hall for a shot at the $1-million prize.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 18, 2013 C1

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