Best Photos from the British Open at St. Andrews

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The win gives Johnson the second major title of his career.
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Jordan Spieth at St. Andrews, who only narrowly missed a chance to extend his Grand Slam bid.
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Spieth applauds the crowd after his disappointing finish.
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Jason Day fell short of the playoff when he missed a birdie putt on 18.
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Amateur Paul Dunne failed to keep up with the leaders on Monday.
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Adam Scott finished at 10 under for the week.
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Dustin Johnson on Monday.
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Jordan Spieth shot a six-under 66 in the third round to get to 11 under.
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Spieth will have a legitimate shot at winning his third consecutive major on Monday.
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Spieth played alongside Sergio Garcia on Sunday.
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Garcia fired a 68 to get to nine under.
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Dustin Johnson began the third round with the lead but struggled from the start.
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Amateur Paul Dunne had an incredible round on Sunday,
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Dunne will battle for the Open Championship on Monday.
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Jason Day tees off on the third hole on Sunday.
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An artist creates a sand sculpture of the claret jug.
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The second round resumed briefly Saturday morning before severe wind caused a 10-hour delay.
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Dustin Johnson reach 10 under, good enough for a one-shot lead heading into the third round.
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Jordan Spieth finished at even for the round, leaving him five behind Johnson.
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Spieth had five three-putts over the course of his second round.
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Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson cross the Swilcan Bridge on Saturday.
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Tiger Woods finished at 7 over for the tournament, missing the cut.
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It is the first time Woods has missed back-to-back major cuts.
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Bubba Watson, seen here hitting righty on the Road Hole, also missed the cut.
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Hideki Matsuyama finished off a second-round 66 on Saturday.
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Five-time champion Tom Watson closed out his storied British Open career on the Swilcan Bridge Friday night.
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Watson putts out on the 18th hole as darkness descends on the Old Course.
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Dustin Johnson continued his solid play in the second round at St. Andrews, quickly getting back into the lead.
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Johnson, who completed 13 holes, along with nearly half the field will complete their second rounds Saturday morning.
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Jordan Spieth made three birdies and three bogeys over his first 11 holes.
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Nick Faldo made a long birdie putt on the 17th hole but still missed the cut.
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Faldo posed on the Swilcan Bridge for what will likely be his last time in competition.
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Tiger Woods' struggles continued on Friday at the Old Course.
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Woods will likely miss the cut.
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Danny Willett fired a three-under 69 after the rain delay to take the early lead in the second round at St. Andrews.
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Willett had five birdies on the day.
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Phil Mickelson shot an even-par 72 on Friday,
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Adam Scott made a run on Friday, shooting a 67 to reach seven under for the week.
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Scott tees off on the 18th hole.
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Rickie Fowler is one under for the tournament after a second-round 71.
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Geoff Ogilvy fired a four-under 68 to move into contention.
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Gary Woodland went two under on Friday.
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Jamie Donaldson during the second round at the Old Course.
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Thongchai Jaidee had a 71 in the second round.
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Heavy rains delayed play for more than three hours at St. Andrews on Friday, and left large portions of the 1st and 18th holes submerged in water.
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The flooding created a bizarre scene at the Old Course, with the maintenance crew using squeegees to push the water into the Swilcan Burn.
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Dustin Johnson overpowered the Old Course Thursday on his way to an opening-round seven-under 65 and the early lead.
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Despite many close calls, including this year at the U.S. Open, Johnson has yet to win a major championship.
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Jordan Spieth continued his recent stellar play, firing a five-under 67 in his first competitive round at St. Andrews.
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Spieth was four under through his first six holes.
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Spieth is trying to become only the second player to win the first three majors of the season.
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Tiger Woods struggled yet again in his first round at the Old Course.
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Woods has won two of his three Open titles at the Old Course, in 2000 and 2005.
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He will have to go low on Friday to make the cut.
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Tom Watson is playing in what will likely be his final Open Championship.
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Watson has won the Open five times in his career.
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Louis Oosthuizen shot a 67 on Thursday.
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Oosthuizen won the last British Open held at St. Andrews, in 2010.
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Darren Clarke won the 2011 Open Championship.
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Matteo Manassero during the first round.
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Brandt Snedeker hits off the first tee on day one.
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Watson tees off on the first hole on Wednesday.
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Tom Weiskopf looks on as Tiger Woods celebrates a putt during the Champion Golfers' Challenge on St. Andrews on Wednesday.
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Woods teeing off on the 18th hole. The annual Champion Golfers' Challenge pits former Open champs against one another.
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Woods high fives 1998 champion Mark O'Meara.
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Woods has won three British Opens, two of them coming at St. Andrews in 2000 and 2005.
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Woods on the first tee.
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The 18th green and 1st fairway at the Old Course on Wednesday.
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Arnold Palmer, 2015 British Open, Champion Golfers' Challenge

Arnold Palmer poses on the Swilcan Bridge with the members of his winning Champion Golfers' Challenge team.
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Five-time champion Tom Watson is playing in his final Open this week.
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Sir Bob Chalres won the 1963 Open Championship.
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David Duval won the 2001 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
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The Royal Marines band performed for spectators on Wednesday.
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Justin Leonard tees off with other champions looking on.
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