Next Episode of Golf: The Open is
Season 2017 / Episode 4 and airs on 23 July 2017 20:00
The Open Championship is the oldest of the four Major Championships in professional golf.
Extended highlights of the final round of the 145th Open Championship from Royal Troon, presented by Hazel Irvine. This time 12 months ago, the tournament found itself one day behind schedule due to inclement weather with the fourth and final round put back until Monday. American Zach Johnson was the eventual winner after that final round - claiming his second major title with victory in a three-man play-off.
Eilidh Barbour presents highlights from the opening round of the Open Championship from Royal Birkdale. Recently-crowned US Open champion Brooks Koepka hopes to shine again as the world's best golfers descend on Merseyside for the 146th Open.
Eilidh Barbour presents highlights from the second round of the Open Championship from Royal Birkdale. It was American Phil Mickelson who led after the second round in 2016 - a two-under-par 69 lifting the American to ten under at Royal Troon. But in a portent of what was to come, a six-under 65 from eventual champion Henrik Stenson left the Swede only one shot behind. Stenson went on to claim the Claret Jug two days later, posting an Open Championship record score of 20-under-par.
Eilidh Barbour presents highlights from the third round of the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Defending champion Henrik Stenson of Sweden moved to the top of the leaderboard at this stage of last year's Open, carding a three-under-par 68 at Royal Troon to go a shot clear of American Phil Mickelson.
Commentary comes from Peter Allis, Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter. Highlights from The Open continue on BBC Two tomorrow night from 2000.
Eilidh Barbour introduces highlights from the final round of the Open Championship from Royal Birkdale. The famous Claret Jug has been won by some of the greatest names in golf - including Seve Ballesteros, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods. In recent years, Northern Ireland has produced two Open winners - Darren Clarke in 2011 and Rory McIlroy in 2014, but there has not been an English champion since Sir Nick Faldo in 1992. Commentary comes from Peter Allis, Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter.
Hazel Irvine(Hazel Irvine)
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