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Golf: the Open


We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Final-round coverage from St Andrews , where four days of intense play reach their climax.
It will have to be something special to outdo the history-making result when the tournament was staged here in 2000. On that
Occasion, Tiger Woods 's victory made him the youngest player to win all four Majors, joining a select group that includes Jack Nicklaus , Ben Hogan and Gary
Player. Woods's fellow American, Todd Hamilton , took the title last year after a dramatic play-off against South Africa's Ernie Els.
Who will be collecting the cheque for £720,000 and the famous Claret Jug on the 134th staging of the tournament?
With Steve Rider. Highlights are at 10.30pm on BBC2. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can select dedicated coverage of a leading group, see regularly updated highlights and view a live leaderboard of scores from every player on the course


Unknown: St Andrews
Unknown: Tiger Woods
Unknown: Jack Nicklaus
Unknown: Ben Hogan
Unknown: Todd Hamilton
Unknown: Ernie Els.
Unknown: Steve Rider.

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