After Jordan Spieth missed a great chance to become the first man to successfully defend The Open title for a decade, who are the last five back-to-back champions?
Comical challenges, celebrity swings and impressive shots all feature in best of the coverage from another memorable week in the Open Zone.
From monster eagles to hole-outs from fairway, vote for your favourite shot of the week from The 147th Open at Carnoustie.
We look back at the key moments from Francesco Molinari's tournament-winning round in The 147th Open at Carnoustie.
From a Justin Rose near-albatross to putting brilliance from Rory McIlroy, we look at the top shots from the final round of The Open.
Jordan Spieth's Scottish shocker, the battle of the haircuts and a couple of bold predictions feature in the Sunday edition of Out of Bounds.
Padraig Harrington lifted the Claret Jug for the second consecutive year as he triumphed at Royal Birkdale in 2008.
Our final Carnoustie lookback takes us to 2007, when Padraig Harrington pipped Sergio Garcia to victory.
Hole-out eagles, massive putts a couple of brilliant chip-ins were among the shots of the day from the third round at The Open.
Player parties, football fails and a special golfing challenge all feature in the latest episode of Out of Bounds.
Mark O'Meara became the oldest winner of two majors in the same year when he won The Open at Royal Birkdale in 1998.
Our penultimate Carnoustie takes us to 1999, when Paul Lawrie claimed victory following a dramatic meltdown from Jean van de Velde.
Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth all feature in the shots of the day from an eventful second round at The Open.
How do the world's top players get into the mindset of a champion? We asked Rory McIlroy and several other stars to find out.
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.
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.
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.
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