August 19, 2007

Complete coverage from Carnoustie

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Post-Tournament

WAR OF NERVES

In a finish eerily similar to the 1999 British Open, Sergio Garcia's final- round collapse allows Padraig Harrington to overcome his own 72nd-hole disaster and claim his first career major championship

By John Hawkins

RANK AND FILE

Stats and scores covering all four rounds from Carnoustie

By Brett Avery

THE LONG GOODBYE

Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia weren't the only ones to feel the pain of Carnoustie's home hole

By Tim Rosaforte

STUDY IN CONTRASTS

Sergio Garcia is already better than Seve Ballesteros in some areas. In others, he doesn't yet measure up

By Jaime Diaz

THOUGHTS ON CARNOUSTIE

A four-day walk with Ernie Els captures the ebb and flow of the British Open -- and the man himself

By Bill Fields

REPORT CARD

How the top 10 players on the World Ranking entering the British Open fared

By John Antonini

TOURNAMENT

__ROUND 1: RECAP | PHOTOS

ROUND 2: RECAP | PHOTOS

ROUND 3: RECAP | PHOTOS

ROUND 4: RECAP | PHOTOS__

TIGER WATCH

By Mark Soltau

__ ROUND 1 | ROUND 2 | ROUND 3 | ROUND 4__

PRE-TOURNAMENT

WORLD'S TOUGHEST COURSE?

Plenty of greats were tortured the last time the Open was played at Carnoustie, in 1999. How will the old Scottish brute play this year?

By Ron Whitten

JUSTIN ROSE

It has been a decade of highs and lows after contending at the Open at age 17.

By Jaime Diaz

THE GREAT PRETENDER

Recalling the British Open gatecrasher Maurice Flitcroft.

By Dave Kindred

OO LA LA!

At the 1999 Open, Frenchman Jean Van De Velde needed a 6 to win. Instead he made a 7, and history

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