In this piece Sam Tremlett takes a look at every European winner of the Open Championship after World War Two.
The Open is the only major that has witnessed a 62
Since 1966 there have been seven trophies that can be awarded
From Ben Hogan at Carnoustie in 1953 to Phil Mickeson at Muirfield in 2013
Four of the 14 Open courses have dropped off the rota. Why?
England's Tommy Fleetwood holds the course record at Carnoustie after firing a 63 in the second round of the 2017 Dunhill Links Championship.
Here we take a look at how Garcia could've grabbed his first major title 10 years earlier than he did.
Take a look at the past winners of the Open Championship when it was held at Carnoustie.
Here we take a look at five of the worst Open chokes, highlighted by Jean Van de Velde's 72nd hole collapse at Carnoustie in 1999
Here we look at all five of legendary Australian Peter Thomson's Open victories
Here we take a look at some notable winners of the low amateur honours at The Open
Having narrowly missed out on this year's Masters, Justin Rose returns to the course that launched his career on a precarious path
Henrik Stenson told us in early 2013 that The Players Championship in 2009 was his best final round ever. We suspect that may no longer be the case...
History shows that the Open Champion will have started well, but not brilliantly so - back luck Phi?l
Where does the Open leader after the first round tend to finish the tournament?
10 questions about The Open Championship and host venue Royal Troon
We take a look back at some of the big moments in Open history
St Andrews' worst eclectic score since 1984 is a pretty punchy total...
Unheralded Steven Bottomley came incredibly close to St Andrews' biggest Open upset in 1995
Some of the best St Andrews Old Course quotes over the years from the reverential to the humorous