Clarke is far happier with a conventional putter
I've no idea what's in store for me now but these problems are good to have. It's like paying taxes.
2004 Open champion Todd Hamilton speculates on the whirlwind about to engulf his life.
I told him, 'You've worked your socks off the last few years. Now it's time to play'.
Ernie Els' mind coach Jos Vanstiphout before his man set off for the play-off.
It's probably floating down the River Liffey.
Darren Clarke reveals the whereabouts of the belly putter he has been experimenting with.
I think the marshals were looking for something a bit plusher than a Fiesta.
Leading amatuer Stuart Wilson explains how he got lost trying to get into the competitors' car park.
The last thing you want to do is shoot 80 wearing 'tartan troosers'.
Ian Poulter fights back from a poor start to card a respectable 72.
How can you knock someone who's wearing a pair of trousers? Poulter, still fending off criticism over Thursday's Union Jack slacks.
I'll be hitting the tailor hard for some fun ideas.
Poulter's absolutely last word on the fun and games he's created at Troon.
It's as good as I've ever seen an Open Championship course set up. It's nice when they don't put thick rough, and bring the flyer into play a bit more, because that's what links golf is all about.
Lee Westwood in positively gushing mode over Royal Troon.
You never hit a normal shot at the Open. It's always knock this down, hit this high, draw this, cut this.
Former USPGA champion David Toms describes the unique style of links golf.