Photos: At The British Open\nExclusive images from Golf Digest and Golf World photographers at Muirfield\n\nClick on the ENLARGE button for a bigger picture\nLee Westwood hits his third shot on No. 3 in the final round.\nTiger Woods cringes after his tee shot on No. 4 on Sunday.\nZach Johnson follows his shot on No. 10 in the final round.\nHunter Mahan swings on No. 5 during Sunday's round.\nHenrik Stenson shot 70 on Sunday and finished as the runner-up.\nPhil Mickelson swings from the fairway on Sunday.\nIan Poulter hits his third shot on No. 17 in the final round.\nLee Westwood swings on No. 16 during the final round.\nTiger Woods swings from the rough en route to a Sunday 74.\nAdam Scott shot 72 Sunday to finish T-3 with Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood.\nPhil Mickelson and his family pose with the claret jug.\nLee Westwood hits on No. 18 during the third round.\nTiger fans turned out to support him in the third round.\nPhil Mickelson shot a 66 to become the 2013 Open Champion.\nPhil Mickelson swings on No. 12 on Saturday.\nTiger Woods takes a shot on No. 5 on Saturday.\nRyan Moore hits on No. 16 during the third round.\nHenrik Stenson tossed his putter when he missed a birdie putt attempt on No. 9 in the third round.\nAngel Cabrera hits his second on No. 15 near Saturday's packed grandstand.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez leaves his second shot in the bunker on No.16 during the third round.\nHunter Mahan follows his ball on the sixth hole on Saturday.\nAdam Scott is set against the North Sea as he swings on the sixth hole on Saturday.\nLee Westwood makes an eagle on No. 5. He is at the top of the leaderboard after Saturday's round.\nTiger Woods shot a 72 in the third round.\nDustin Johnson goes airborne to follow his shot on No. 17 in the second round.\nPhil Mickelson plays out of a pot bunker on No. 13 on Friday.\nCamilo Villegas found a bunker as he approached the 18th hole in the second round.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez studies a putt on Friday.\nNick Watney hits on No. 14 during Friday's play.\nA member of the grounds crew waters a green on Friday.\nRafael Cabrera-Bello hits on No. 11 on Friday.\nZach Johnson blasts out of the rough on No. 18 during the second round.\nAngel Cabrera takes a shot on the 17th hole during the second round.\nGonzalo Fernandez-Castano drives on No. 5 on the second day at Muirfield.\nBubba Watson takes a shot from the rough on No. 16 during Friday's round.\nRory McIlroy's second shot on the third hole was from the rough on Friday.\nThomas Bjorn swings from the No. 17 tee during the second round.\nMatthew Fitzpatrick posted a 76 on Friday.\nLee Westwood swings on the seventh hole on his way to a second-round 68.\nSergio Garcia plays his second shot on No. 10 during the second round.\nAdam Scott hits a tee shot on No. 5 on Friday.\nTom Lehman swings on No.11 on Friday.\nRussell Henley takes a shot from the rough on No.15 during the second round.\nGraeme McDowell found the rough on No. 6 on Friday.\nJordan Spieth is seen on the 16th tee. He shot a 74 on Friday.\nTiger Woods studies a putt on the seventh green during round two.\nTiger Woods takes his second shot on No. 9 during the second round.\nGraeme McDowell hits off the tee on No. 7 on Friday.\nAdam Scott played the first round at Muirfield at an even par.\nTiger Woods hits his third shot on No. 1 in the first round after taking a drop in the rough.\nRickie Fowler hits his third shot on No. 9 from a pot bunker.\nZach Johnson is the leader on Thursday.\nHideki Matsuyama shot a 71 on Thursday.\nGraeme McDowell was paired with Tiger Woods on Thursday.\nBubba Watson hits off the sixth tee on Thursday.\nJason Dufner hits out of a pot bunker on No. 6 during the first round.\nMatteo Manassero hits from the rough during the first round.\nTiger Woods hits his tee shot on the eighth hole on Thursday.\nPhil Mickelson was not happy with the setup at Muirfield but posted a 69 in the first round.\nRory McIlroy hits out of a bunker on the fifth hole.\nZach Johnson powered through Muirfield with a first round 66.\nFred Couples follows his shot on Thursday.\nTom Watson is always a fan favorite at the Open.\nSir Nick Faldo is in the field at Muirfield.\nIan Poulter reads a green in the first round.\nJustin Rose lets loose his club on the 14th hole.\nBilly Horschel shot 74 in the first round.\nRafael Cabrera-Bello takes his second shot on No. 15.\nNicolas Colsaerts is seen through the rough on No. 17 .\nBubba Watson hits off the 5th tee on Thursday.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez tees off on No. 12.\nMartin Kaymer hits his second shot on No. 10 from the rough.\nFred Couples practices on No. 18.\nAll is calm before the crowds descend upon Muirfield.\nA young fan has his pick of the seats by the sea.\nTiger Woods takes his second shot on No. 15 during a practice round on Wednesday.\nNick Faldo is sporting the Union Jack colors.\nA young fan studies the Open field.\nTiger Woods' girlfriend Lindsey Vonn and Fred Couples' girlfriend Nadine Moze watch the practice round.\nAmateur Jimmy Mullen hits on No. 15.\nWorkers confer outside the ropes.\nGonzalo Fernandez-Castano's wife Alicia is on hand for the last practice session.\nMartin Laird practices hitting out of one of Murifield's bunkers.\nA worker wields the QUIET sign.\nBrett Rumford practices on No. 9.\nGeoff Ogilvy is in a pot bunker on No. 6.\nK.J. Choi follows his shot from the sixth tee.\nJason Dufner tees off on No. 17.\nA worker uses a stimpmeter to measure the speed of the green.\nPhil Mickelson practices in front of the grandstands on No. 18.\nAdam Scott tees off on No. 6.\nDavid Duval and his shadow are captured from above.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez enjoys a cigar while practicing.