Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth all feature in the shots of the day from an eventful second round at The Open.
Rory McIlroy's comical comments, Scottish golf fans in the sea and a Hickory golf challenge feature in Out of Bounds.
Greg Norman won his second Open title at Royal St George's in 1993.
What time does coverage start at The Open? Here is when and where to watch the action from Carnoustie.
We take a look at the best of the sports stars to have visited the Open Zone during the first two days at Carnoustie.
Our fifth Carnoustie look back takes us to 1975, when Tom Watson began his domination of the Claret Jug.
Butch Harmon reveals stories about his time working with Tiger Woods and shares his golfing memories in a special Sky Sports Golf podcast.
Henni Goya hosts the inaugural edition of “Out of Bounds”, a daily digital show live from The Open at Carnoustie.
Seve Ballesteros triumphed in the first Monday finish at The Open in 1988.
Our fourth Carnoustie look back takes us to 1968, when Gary Player won his second Claret Jug.
As The Open heads to Scotland, here's a hole-by-hole guide on how to tackle Carnoustie.
Voting has now closed for Thursday afternoon's Featured Group at The 147th Open, and the overwhelming choice was the threeball headlined by Tiger Woods.
Our third Carnoustie look back takes us to 1953, when Ben Hogan won the Claret Jug on his only Open appearance.
Tim Barter clocked up some paces at Carnoustie as he took us through the long journey from the arrival at the clubhouse to the first tee.
Jack Nicklaus won his third and final Claret Jug at St Andrews in 1978.
Our second Carnoustie look back takes us to 1937, when Englishman Henry Cotton won his second Claret Jug.
Andrew "Beef" Johnston paid us a visit as we conclude our top 10 moments from last year's Open Zone at Royal Birkdale.
Nick Dougherty and Rich Beem played out a 'golfing limbo contest' as we continue our top 10 moments from last year's Open Zone at Royal Birkdale.
Phil Mickelson has long been revered for his short-game skills, but he has taken his flop-shot to a new level with this incredible stunt at Carnoustie.
Butch Harmon, Wayne Riley and Andrew Coltart feature in a special preview episode from Carnoustie ahead of The Open.
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