It doesn't look great on paper but are we surprised? Should we be worried?
The 2016 Open will take place at Royal Troon Golf Club in Troon, Ayrshire, south-west of Glasgow.
This year marks the 145th playing of the Open Championship and the ninth time Troon has hosted. The last time the Open was at Troon in 2004, Todd Hamilton defeated Ernie Els in a play-off.
Troon is famous for the 123-yard ‘Postage Stamp’, one of the most renowned holes in world golf. It’s also known for its very difficult back nine which usually plays directly into wind.
Earlier this month, the club voted to allow women members for the first time in its history.
Starting on 14th July, Zach Johnson looks to defend the title he won last year in a play-off victory over Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman.
An Englishman hasn’t won the tournament since 1992, when Nick Faldo won by a single shot at Muirfield. Faldo also recorded the joint lowest 36-hole Open score that same year, carding rounds of 66 and 64.
Americans have fared well at the Open since the turn of the century, with nine of the last 16 stagings having been won by players from across the Atlantic.
US Open and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational winner Dustin Johnson comes into the event in form and as new world number two.
Harry Vardon has won the Open Championship more than anyone, with six titles to his name.
Pictures from a thrilling final day at Royal Troon