Daily highlights of The Open Championship, the oldest of the four Major Championships in professional golf.
Final Round Highlights
Episode 2019x4; Jul 21, 2019
The winner of golf's oldest major and one of world sport's iconic trophies, the Claret Jug, is decided at the fearsome Royal Portrush Dunluce Links in Northern Ireland.
The north coast course is so taxing that only two players finished under par when The Open was last held there, in 1951. Who will rise to the challenge, as Italian Francesco Molinari did at Carnoustie last year when he defied blustery conditions and pressure from Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose to secure his maiden Major title with a clinical bogey-free final round?
2019x4: Final Round Highlights
2019x3: Third Round Highlights
2019x2: Second Round Highlights
2019x1: Opening Round Highlights
2018x4: Day 4 Highlights
2018x3: Day 3 Highlights
2018x2: Day 2 Highlights
2018x1: Day 1 Highlights
2017x4: Day 4 Highlights
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