Golf Monthly takes a look at some of Royal Liverpool's holes ahead of the 2014 Open Championship.

The par 3 13th hole at Royal Liverpool where John Senden made a hole-in-one in 2006. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

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A view from behind the green on the par 4 12th hole at this year’s Open Championship. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

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The 483 yard 7th hole at Royal Liverpool. Players will be looking to make par on this challenging hole. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

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A view from behind the green on the 15th hole, the shortest hole on the course at 161 yards. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

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The 17th hole in the Open Championship, just visible is one of the many bunkers that flank the entirety of the  fairway. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

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The green on the 18th hole at Royal Liverpool, with the Clubhouse visible in the background. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

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The 10th hole at this year’s Open Championship at Royal Liverpool will see players attempting to get to the green in two with a strong chance for a birdie. Photography: David Cannon/Getty Images

To read our in-depth analysis of Royal Liverpool’s holes , follow the links below.

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