Golf: A day at the Open

The Open Championship is under way at Royal St George's on the Kent coast - its 14th visit to the course. Tens of thousands of golf fans are expected to visit each day, to try to catch a glimpse of the world's top players.

But next to the course - away from the greens and fairways - a sprawling village of hospitality tents and retail outlets has sprung up. Take a look around, and see the sights and sounds from Sandwich:

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Please allow a few seconds for the slideshow to load. Includes music by Katy Perry and James Blunt.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 14 July 2011.


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