The world's best players and about 215,000 spectators are ready to descend upon Royal Portrush as it hosts its first Open Championship since 1951.
Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke will hit the opening tee shot at Royal Portrush on Thursday, with Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods on opposite sides of the draw.
BBC Sport commentators and pundits have picked their top 10 Open Championship moments and want you to vote for your favourite from that list.
Find out how BBC presenter Dan Walker fared when he took on the Dunluce Links - home to this week's 148th Open Championship.
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Tiger Woods has mastered golf courses all around the world, but struggles to pick up on a Northern Irish accent during a press conference at the 2019 Open.
No one can accuse Open champion Francesco Molinari of being afraid of taking different routes on the road to success, writes golf correspondent Iain Carter.
With The Open Championship returning to Portrush for the first time in 68 years, a new BBC NI programme revisits the 1951 tournament
Scotland's Paul Lawrie recalls the minds games, tension and sensible celebrations of his famous 1999 Open Championship triumph at Carnoustie.
The cheers, the emotion, the standing on a chair to catch a glimpse - what was it like to witness Tiger Woods' Masters victory?
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