The Open Championship 2018

Dates: 19-22 July
Venue: Carnoustie
TV Coverage: Live on Sky Sports Thursday – Sunday – Highlights on BBC

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The 147th Open will be played over the brutal links of Carnoustie from the 19-22 July.

Last year the The Open was won by Jordan Spieth after an incredible and controversial back nine at Royal Birkdale.

The last time the Open was held at Carnoustie was in 2007 when Padraig Harrington won his first Major Championship.

The time before that was the famous Jean Van De Velde collapse in 1999, when the Frenchman capitulated on the 72nd hole and ended up losing to Paul Lawrie in a play-off

This year the favourites to win are Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose and of course Masters winner Patrick Reed and US Open Champ Brooks Koepka.

Golf Monthly will once again be at Carnoustie for the entire Open week and will be bringing you the very best coverage.

Helpful 2018 Open Pages

Open Championship Golf Betting Tips – Who has the GM Tipster picked to do well this year at Carnoustie?

Open Championship Leaderboard – When the tournament begins all the live scores will be here.

Open Championship Prize Money – How much will the players earn this year at Carnoustie?

Open Championship TV Coverage – Want to watch the tournament live? This is where and how. Also details on highlights.

Carnoustie Course Guide – Everything you need to know about the venue of the 147th Open.

Open Championship Tee Times – Find out when your favourite players are teeing off at Carnoustie.

Open Championship Weather – What will be the all important conditions the players are facing.

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