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  Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 17:13 GMT 18:13 UK
Tiger Woods Tiger thirsts for more
Tiger Woods has more demoralising news for the world's elite golfers - he hungers for more success.
Who is the best? Golf's greats go head-to-head
The BBC's Tony Adamson marks the top players from the past 30 years on all aspects of the game to see how Tiger Woods compares.
Open champion Tiger Woods Superb Woods seals Major glory
Tiger Woods becomes the youngest player to win all four Majors after an eight-stroke victory at the 129th Open.
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Open security review promised
Officials plan to review security at The Open after fans were manhandled by stewards and streakers beat the barriers.
Els claims unwanted record
Tiger Woods was not the only player to set a record at St Andrews as Ernie Els found out after sharing second place with Thomas Bjorn.
Tiger in their sights
Tiger Woods looks set to dominate world golf for many years to come - BBC Sport Online looks at the men who can challenge him.
Misery for Duval at the 17th
World number two David Duval sees his dream of a top ten finish die at the notorious 'road' hole.
Clarke frustrated despite high finish
Darren Clarke is disappointed with his final round at The Open - but has the consolation of finishing as the top British player.
Open one of the best
Ken Brown believes the Millennium Open at St Andrews was one of the best ever.
Another Major disappointment
Colin Montgomerie's quest for a first Major title suffers an all too familiar outcome.
Faldo earns some consolation
Nick Faldo may have lost his St Andrews course record to Tiger Woods, but he finished with at least one personal achievement still in tact.
Eye on the Tiger: Round four
A hole-by-hole account of Tiger Woods' final round at St Andrews, which made him the youngest player to complete the Grand Slam.
Azinger finishes Open on a high
Paul Azinger added his own entry to a list of impressive cards at this year's Open with a final round that included six birdies on the first seven holes.
Tiger Woods: A living legend
A profile charting Tiger Woods' remarkable upward spiral from leading amateur to the youngest player to win all four Majors.
Under starter's orders
The official starter for The Open since 1975, Ivor Robson, tells BBC Sport Online how much he cherishes the role he plays in the Championship.
18 holes of solitude
BBC Sport Online's Alasdair Lamont provides Gordon Brand Jnr with some company as he plays the final round alone.
The Open - Final round in pictures
Images from the closing day of The Open at St Andrews.
Shot of the Day
BBC's Mike Hughesdon says Ernie Els' decision to play a running shot at the 17th was the pick of the final round.
Woods on the brink of history
As the final round of the Open gets underway, the field accepts the name Tiger Woods is likely to find its way on to the Claret Jug.
Bjorn and Duval head chasing pack
Denmark's Thomas Bjorn and American David Duval both prospered to end the third round at the head of the chasing pack.
Clarke leads home challenge
Darren Clarke remains the highest placed Briton on the leaderboard after carding a third round 68.
Woods will waltz to victory
Ken Brown believes Tiger Woods and his flawless golf are an unbeatable combination not only at St Andrews, but in the golf world as a whole.
Petulant Garcia facing rap
Sergio Garcia faces disciplinary action for his petulant behaviour during his third round at The Open.
Tamers facing more agony
Tiger Woods warns his rival for The Open that he has been playing within himself in the tournament.
A picture perfect Open
The 2000 Open will be commemorated with a specially commissioned painting which will be auctioned over the internet.
Price-d out of it
Nick Price was a surprise casualty at St Andrews despite firing a two-under par 70 on day two of the championship.
Woods winds it up
Hot favourite Tiger Woods is on course for The Open title, three shots clear of the field at the halfway stage.
Hastings' Ryder Cup wish
Former Scotland rugby captain, Gavin Hastings, tells BBC Sport Online that work and pleasure can be combined at the Open as he prepares to bring the Ryder Cup to Scotland.
McLaren's Open memories
The BBC's veteran rugby commentator reflects on the joy of watching the world's best golfers and recalls past Open Championships.
Fond farewell for Golden Bear
Jack Nicklaus receives an emotional ovation along the 18th hole as he bids farewell to the Old Course for probably the last time.
Sudden exit for sad Lawrie
Paul Lawrie's defence of his Open title came to a sudden end, when he finished the second day nine over par.
Van's the man
Jean Van de Velde puts last year's Carnoustie nightmare behind him as he ends the second round of the Millennium Open on five under.
Record crowds prompt Open fears
Police warn they may seal off St Andrews, if the record crowds continue to pour in for The Open this weekend.
Welcome to Hell
St Andrews notorious Hell Bunker is a sight to behold, but in such fair conditions, only the very careless are finding themselves in trouble.
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Golfers on high streaker alert
Officials at The Open golf championship are on full alert to stop any more streakers disrupting play at St Andrews.
Lawrie wins Champions event
The four-hole Champions' Challenge at St Andrews finishes with Paul Lawrie, Tom Weiskopf and Tom Lehman claiming top spot.
St Andrews' number one fans
BBC Sport Online's Alasdair Lamont meets some of the golfing fans who have travelled the globe to enjoy The Open at St Andrews.
Players force re-think over bunkers
The R&A orders bunkers at St Andrews to be altered following criticism from Darren Clarke and other players that they were too severe.
The Champions' Challenge - in pictures
All of the past champions of The Open a round of golf called The Champions' Challenge to mark the first Open of the millennium.
R&A denies Palmer snub
The Royal and Ancient Club rejects claims it has 'snubbed' golfing legend Arnold Palmer ahead of this year's Open at St Andrews.
Duval attacks overweight players
US golfer David Duval believes that overweight golfers will soon be superseded by a new breed of athletic players.

Launch Scorecard

Launch Scorecard
The Open at St.Andrews
20th - 23rd July

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Ken Brown
Open one of the best

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Tiger trumps the lot

Tiger Woods
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A profile of new Open champion Tiger Woods
Simply the best

Hastings' dream

Golf tournaments, winners and rankingsGolf links
All the stats, rankings and winners

Shot of the day
Els' deft six iron shot

David DuvalOpen shots
Pictures from the final round at St Andrews

Complete list of Open winners since 1860
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