Photo Essay: At the British Open\nCapturing the action from the 2015 Open at St. Andrews\nZach Johnson celebrates with fans after winning the playoff to earn the claret jug.\nJordan Spieth misses his birdie putt attempt on No. 18 in the final round.\nZach Johnson makes a birdie putt on the 18th hole.\nAmateur Paul Dunne hits from the rough on No. 18.\nLouis Oosthuizen misses a par putt on No. 17 as Zach Johnson looks on during the playoff.\nJason Day hits his second shot on No. 12 on Monday.\nJordan Spieth hits a tee shot on No.6 during the final round.\nMarc Leishman reacts to a putt on the 17th green during the final round.\nLouis Oosthuizen hits a tees shot on No. 6 on Monday.\nSergio Garcia misses a birdie putt attempt on No. 16 during the third round on Sunday.\nJordan Spieth hits a tee shot on No. 11.\nDanny Willett hits a tee shot on No. 12.\nAmateur Paul Dunne hits his tee shot on No. 10.\nJustin Rose prepares to drive on the fourth tee.\nLouis Oosthuizen plays from the 13th tee during Sunday's third round.\nJordan Spieth hits a tee shot on No. 7 on Sunday.\nJason Day walks over the Swilcan Bridge on Sunday.\nLouis Oosthuizen looks on from the 13th green during the second round.\nA view of the 18th hole as play is suspended due to high winds during the second round on Saturday.\nBubba Watson hits a chip shot to the 17th green.\nHideki Matsuyama tees off on No. 17.\nTiger Woods hits from the Road Hole Bunker on No. 17.\nJordan Spieth sets up his tee shot on No. 17.\nJason Day hits a tee shot on No. 18. on Saturday.\nDustin Johnson hits his tee shot on No. 15 during the second round on Saturday.\nTom Watson waves to the crowd from Swilcan Bridge in honor of his final Open Championship appearance.\nDanny Willett hits an approach shot on No. 12 during the second round.\nJordan Spieth hits his tee shot on No. 3 on Friday.\nThe 18th green is seen after heavy rainfall prior to the second round.\nMatt Kuchar hits a shot from the rough during the second round.\nJason Day assesses a shot on No. 5 with his caddie Colin Swatto.\nJordan Spieth hits a tee shot on No. 9.\nPhil Mickelson his caddie Jim Mackay walk over Swilcan Bridge on the 18th hole.\nBernhard Langer plays under heavy skies on No. 17.\nDustin Johnson hits a tee shot on No. 8.\nSpectators view the illuminated scoreboard as the light fades during the second round.\nJordan Spieth hits his second shot on No. 7.\nSir Nick Faldo waves farewell to the Open fans.\nAn aerial view of St. Andrews during the first round of the 144th Open Championship.\nDustin Johnson tees off on No. 18 during the first round.\nJordan Spieth and his caddie Michael Greller walk across the Swilcan Bridge.\nTiger Woods walks off the 18th green after shooting a 76.\nNick Faldo hits a tee shot on No. 12.\nAmateur Jordan Niebrugge hits out of a bunker on No. 16.\nPhil Mickelson misses a birdie putt attempt on No. 14.\nJason Day hits his second shot on No. 10.\nLee Westwood hits onto the 17th green.\nAdam Scott misses a birdie putt attempt on No. 1.\nJordan Spieth hits out of the Road Hole bunker on No. 17.\nJohn Daly hits his tee shot on No. 18 in the first round.\nTwo-time Open champion Arnold Palmer captains a team consisting of Darren Clarke, Paul Lawrie and Bill Rogers.\nTom Weiskopf celebrates a putt on the 18th green as his teammate Tiger Woods cheers for him.\n2013 Open champion Phil Mickelson putts on the first green.\nJohn Daly and his wife/caddie Anna Cladakis pose for a photograph on Swilcan Bridge.\nFive-time Open champion Tom Watson has his son Michael on his bag.\nArnold Palmer hits from the first tee.\nIan Baker-Finch, Todd Hamilton, Tom Watson and Louis Oosthuizen pose for a team photo.\nMark O'Meara, Tom Weiskopf, Tiger Woods and Nick Price walk off the 17th green.\nThree-time Open champion Gary Player putts on the first green.\n2011 Open champion Darren Clarke laughs as he waits to tee off.\n1989 Open champion Mark Calcavecchia misses a shot during the four-hole challenge.\nPaul Lawrie, Arnold Palmer, Darren Clarke and Bill Rogers pose on the Swilcan Bridge.