The 147th Open Championship take place at Carnoustie next week and here, Press Association Sport tees up the tournament with a "round" of 18 facts and figures.
1 - Only one player, Branden Grace, has shot 62 in a major championship, doing so in the third round at Royal Birkdale in 2017.
2 - Padraig Harrington has won two Open titles and is the last man to make a successful defence.
3 - Number of players who contested a play-off for the 1999 Open at Carnoustie, Paul Lawrie defeating Jean van de Velde and Justin Leonard.
4 - The most consecutive Open wins, by Young Tom Morris from 1868 to 1872 - the championship was not held in 1871.
5 - Tom Watson and the late Peter Thomson each won the Open five times.
6 - The sixth hole at Carnoustie is named Hogan's Alley after the preferred route taken on the hole by 1953 champion Ben Hogan.
7 - Carnoustie has hosted the Open on seven previous occasions.
8 - Eight players contested the first Open in 1860. This year there will be 156.
9 - The lowest round in relation to par at an Open Championship is nine under, by Paul Broadhurst in 1990 and Rory McIlroy in 2010.
10 - Tiger Woods won his last major 10 years ago in the US Open.
11 - The 11th hole at Carnoustie, formerly called Dyke, was renamed 'John Philp' in honour of the retiring course manager in 2012.
12 - Early Open Championships were played over a 12-hole course, with three rounds.
13 - The record winning margin at the Open, by Old Tom Morris in 1862 over the 36-hole format.
14 - The 14th hole at Carnoustie is named Spectacles due to the two bunkers which come into play if the hole is into the wind or players miss the fairway.
15 - In 15 years, from his victory in 1966 to 1980, Jack Nicklaus finished no worse than sixth in the Open.
16 - In two Opens at Carnoustie, including one he won in a play-off, Tom Watson failed to make a par once on the tough 16th, a par three measuring 248 yards.
17 - The age of Justin Rose when he finished fourth in the 1998 Open at Royal Birkdale while still an amateur.
18 - Van de Velde needed to play the 18th in the final round in 1999 in six shots or fewer to seal victory, but took a triple-bogey seven and eventually lost out to Lawrie in the play-off.