The Open In Black and White
Our editors provide a candid look at Royal St. George's and the surrounding area during Open week
July 14, 2011
Welcome to Sandwich. You may park your bicycle at the Bell Hotel.
Boats at rest on Wednesday morning.
A row of houses near Ramsgate, Kent, across the road from Pegwell Bay, not too far from Sandwich and Royal St. George's.
Woman in a narrow street: in Sandwich Wednesday morning.
The clubhouse at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club under ominous skies.
Walkers are advised of an unfenced cliff at Pegwell Bay near Ramsgate, looking toward Sandwich.
A door in the old town of Sandwich stands the test of time.
The narrow streets of Sandwich allow little room for weaving.
A young fans gets an autographed golf ball from Angel Cabrera.
Paul Casey is seen through the rough.
Rickie Fowler's second shot on no. 4.
The massive bunker on the right side of the fairway at the par-4 fourth hole at Royal St. George's.
Jim Furyk driving at the ninth hole in a practice round.
Early birds grab the seats at the 18th hole grandstand on Wednesday afternoon.
Ominous bunkers are a hallmark of Royal St. George's.
A gallery forms around the 1st tee for a practice round grouping that included Luke Donald and Sergio Garcia.
Harrison Frazar teeing off on no. 18.
A marshal and tall TV hoists make for a strange landscape.
Tom Lewis in his press conference after shooting an opening round 65.
There may be a major going on but the dog still needs to be walked.