Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler are among the favourites as BBC Sport pundits make their predictions ahead of The Open Championship at Carnoustie.
BBC reporter Ken Brown gives an insight into the challenges of the Carnoustie course ahead of the Open championship.
Sandy Lyle still dreams of a final Open flourish as he contemplates his possible last appearance, writes Tom English.
Rory McIlroy is hoping his return to Carnoustie will help him recapture the form that saw him take the golf world by storm as a teenager.
Ash Turner recounts his unlikely journey from childhood cerebral palsy sufferer to professional golfer ahead of his first Open.
The Open returns to Carnoustie with Rory McIlroy among the home players hoping to break an American stranglehold on the majors.
The captain of Carnoustie Golf Club says there needs to be more consultation with members and residents when staging the Open.
Golfer Brittany Lincicome is aiming to become the first woman to make the cut at a US PGA tournament this week.
Roll back the years and watch Justin Rose’s Open debut from 1998 and that famous 18th-hole chip!
Despite scandal, injury and barren years, the legend of Tiger Woods is as strong as ever, writes Tom English.
Tiger Woods says the emphasis on creativity over power required by links golf gives him his best chance of adding to his 14 majors.
Former champion Darren Clarke says the Open Championship is the “biggest and best tournament in the world”.
What makes the links course on the east coast of Scotland so feared? We take a look at the holes that have caused misery to many.