Photo Essay: At The Open Championship\nExclusive images from Golf Digest and Golf World photographers at Hoylake\nRory McIlroy tosses his ball into the crowd in celebration after holing out on No. 18.\nRory McIlroy examines the claret jug. With his win, McIlroy joined Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as the only golfers with three major titles at age 25.\nSergio Garcia fails to get out of a bunker on No. 15, all but ending his chances of a Sunday comeback.\nRickie Fowler tees off on No. 16 on Sunday.\nRory McIlroy tees off on No. 7 during the final round.\nSergio Garcia hits an approach shot on Sunday.\nRory McIlroy held onto the lead throughout the final round.\nRickie Fowler tees off on No. 1 in the final group on Sunday.\nSergio Garcia reacts to holing a putt in the final round.\nSergio Garcia tips his hat and finishes at T-2.\nRory McIlroy and the fans at Hoylake celebrate a made putt on Sunday.\nRory McIlroy makes an eagle on No. 18 during the third round.\nBehind the scenes at Royal Liverpool, workers update the leader board.\nRickie Fowler tees off on No.13 on Saturday.\nRyan Moore hits from the rough during the third round.\nSergio Garcia celebrates a birdie putt on No. 16 on Saturday.\nFrancesco Molinari tees off on No. 15 during the third round.\nVictor Dubuisson studies the green during the third round.\nRobert Karlsson follows his shot on Saturday.\nRickie Fowler hits his second shot on No. 11 during the third round.\nDustin Johnson follows his shot on Saturday.\nDustin Johnson tees off on No. 16 during the third round.\nRory McIlroy tees off on No. 1 on Saturday.\nRyan Moore plays his fourth shot on No. 7 on Saturday.\nJim Furyk hits from the fairway on No. 3 during the third round.\n2010 Open champion Louis Oosthuizen tees off on No. 13 during the third round.\nSergio Garcia hits an approach shot on Saturday.\nCharl Schwartzel hits from the rough during the third round.\nFrancesco Molinari hits from a pot bunker on No. 6 during the third round.\nDustin Johnson plays his second shot on No. 11 on Saturday.\nRory McIlroy chops out of the rough on Saturday.\nSpectators follow the action during the third round.\nRory McIlroy tees off on No. 7 during the third round.\nRickie Fowler hits his second shot on No. 12 on Saturday.\nDustin Johnson tees off on No. 15 during the second round.\nRory McIlroy watches a pheasant walk across the 8th green during the second round.\nHideki Matsuyama tees off on No. 14 on Friday.\nGraeme McDowell watches a tee shot on Friday.\nJordan Spieth made five bogeys on Friday.\nMatt Kuchar blasts out of a bunker on No. 18 during the second round.\nRory McIlroy supporters take to the rooftops in Hoylake.\nTiger Woods hits his second shot on No. 1 from the No. 18 fairway on Friday.\nLuke Donald hits his second shot on No. 10 along a pathway on Friday.\nJordan Spieth posted a 75 on Friday.\nTom Watson hits his second shot on No. 14 during the second round.\nRickie Fowler tees off on No. 13 during the second round.\nJimmy Walker hits from the rough on Friday.\nSergio Garcia hits from the rough during the second round.\nFrancesco Molinari hits from the rough on Friday.\nRory McIlroy leads the field by four strokes going into the weekend.\nEdoardo Molinari trails his brother by four strokes.\nCharl Schwartzel hits a tee shot on No. 14 during the second round.\nTiger Woods found the rough often on Friday.\nRyan Moore is six strokes off the lead going into the weekend.\nJim Furyk hits his second shot on No. 11 on Friday.\nBrooks Koepka shot a disappointing 77 on Friday.\nRyo Ishikawa searches for his ball on No. 5 on Friday.\nAdam Scott tees off on No. 10 during the second round.\nJason Dufner hits a tee shot on No. 16 during Friday's round.\nJonas Blixt hits a shot on No. 8 during the second round.\nJustin Rose plays his second shot on No. 7 from the rough on Friday.\nKeegan Bradley hits out of a bunker on Friday.\nRobert Karlsson hits his second shot on No. 4 during the second round.\nGeorge Coetzee hits his second shot on No. 17 enroute to a second-round 69.\nBoo Weekley hits on No. 13 on Friday.\nChris Kirk hits an iron shot during the second round.\nBrandt Snedeker hits his second shot on No.12 during Friday's round.\nBubba Watson's shot on No. 18 catches the pot bunker's edge on Thursday.\nSpectators fan out behind Lee Westwood as he hits out of a bunker on No. 12 during the first round.\nPhil Mickelson tees off on No. 13 during the first round.\nZach Johnson hits his second shot on No. 12 on Thursday.\nJason Day swings from the rough on Thursday.\nSpectators follow a path through Hoylake.\nKeegan Bradley follows his ball on No. 13 on Thursday.\nAdam Scott hits from a pot bunker on No. 10 on Thursday.\nJim Furyk hits his second shot on No. 17 on Thursday.\nPhil Mickelson is 2-over par after the first day of play at Hoylake.\nRyo Ishikawa hits from the rough on No. 12 during the first round.\nErnie Els hits his second shot from the rough on No. 5 during Thursday's round.\nJustin Rose hits from the fairway on Thursday.\nBubba Watson tees off on No. 9 during the first round.\nHideki Matsuyama hits from a pot bunker on No.17 during the first round.\nThe weather is fair as Rickie Fowler tees off on No. 14 on Thursday.\nAdam Scott makes a birdie putt on No. 9 on Thursday.\nSergio Garcia is pumped as he birdies No. 11 in the first round.\nMikko Ilonen hits an iron shot on No. 3 on Thursday.\nFans line the fairway along the thirteenth hole on Thursday.\nTiger Woods hits his second shot on No. 10 from the fairway during the first round.\nHenrik Stenson lines up a shot during the first round.\nRory McIlroy makes par on No. 17 and posts a bogey-free 66 on Thursday.\nLuke Donald takes aim on No. 11 during the first round.\nTiger Woods hits a tee shot on No. 9 on Thursday.\nFive-time Open champion Tom Watson plays from the fairway on Thursday.\nJim Furyk hits from the tee on No. 9 on Thursday.\nJordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy played in a group with Hideki Matsuyama in the first round.\nRickie Fowler hits a tee shot on No. 4 during the first round.\nTiger Woods follows his shot from the No. 13 tee on Thursday.\nJordan Spieth hits a shot on No. 2 during the first round.\nAngel Cabrera swings on the No. 8 tee on Thursday.\nRory McIlroy hits his second shot on No. 4 during the first round.\nSpectators are clapping from the stands during the first round at Hoylake.\nTiger Woods hits a tee shot on No. 1 during Tuesday's practice round at Royal Liverpool.\nSpectators find a resting spot during Wednesday's practice round.\nBilly Horschel hits from a pot bunker on Wednesday.\nThe players will battle tall rough at Liverpool.\nMatt Every hits a shot on Wednesday.\nA baby Tiger fan attends practice on Wednesday.\n2001 Open Champion David Duval practices on Tuesday.\nA lone fan has front row access to Wednesday's practice round.\nSean Foley tracks Tiger Woods' shot on Tueday.\nPlayers practice under heavy skies at Hoylake on Wednesday.\nLuke Donald hits an iron shot during Wednesday's practice session.