The Masters is known for the legendary greens at Augusta National. The U.S. Open no matter where it's played is synonymous with brutal rough.
The British Open, called the Open Championship everywhere in the world except the United States, is known for devilish bunkers. Almost all of the classic links courses on the rota are littered with cavernous pot bunkers, and they create some of the scariest shots you'll see all year. Here are some blasts from the recent past.
At left, a scene from the 2003 Open at Royal St. George's in Sandwich, England.