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  Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 17:17 GMT 18:17 UK
Dave Dixon shows off his amateur medal Caddy ready to pack his bags
If amateur hero Dave Dixon turns pro, his caddy Shaun Harris won't be joining him.
David Duval Lytham diary: Day Four
BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach reviews the stories of the final day at Royal Lytham.
David Duval lifts the Claret Jug Duval against the world
David Duval single-handedly flies America's Ryder Cup flag at Lytham, but still withstands the European cavalry charge.
Dixon v Singh: Fantasy matchplay
Dave Dixon plays second fiddle to Vijay Singh as the amateur's Open adventure draws to a close.
Cejka bends the rules
Golf's governors may reconsider their qualifying rules after Alex Cejka highlights a flaw in The Open system.
The crunch for Monty
BBC Sport Online's Kitrina Douglas wonders if Colin Montgomerie can save his bacon in her latest Open diary.
Lytham diary: Day Three
BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach reviews the highs and lows of day three at Royal Lytham.
Rose has a place in Open history
Justin Rose fails to relight the fires of Birkdale 1998, but enjoys a fantastic reception from the Royal Lytham crowd.
Beware the big game hunters
From hunting to helicopters, golf stars at The Open have some unusual ways of spending their spare time.
Paying The Open price
BBC Sport Online's Kitrina Douglas watches her wallet suffer at Royal Lytham.
Lytham diary: Day Two
BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach reviews the highs and lows of day two at Royal Lytham.
Dixon in demand
David Dixon becomes the only amateur to survive the half-way cut as a 390-yard drive at the 18th lights up a remarkable round of golf.
Jones legend lives on at 17
A plaque commemorating Bobby Jones' 1926 Open victory is a lasting reminder of the perils of hole number 17.
A Question of Golf
BBC Sport presenter Hazel Irvine fronts a special golf edition of A Question of Sport from Lytham's 19th hole.
The main attractions
BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach takes a sideways glance at golf's leading lights currently illuminating Lytham.
All quiet on the first tee
BBC Sport Online's Kitrina Douglas experiences the unusual calm that surrounds the players as they tee off.
Lytham diary: Day One
BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach reviews the highs and lows of day one at Royal Lytham.
Tiger's sandy smile
Tiger Woods loses count of the number of bunkers he visits on a tough opening round at Lytham.
Parrott put on the spot
Question of Sport captain John Parrott finds there are more questions than answers as he is quizzed by golf fans at Royal Lytham.
Eales' Open agony
Royal Lytham's resident professional, Paul Eales, is forced to watch The Open from the commentary box after failing to qualify.
Lineker on course to shine
BBC presenter Gary Lineker provides some golf highlights of his own before preparing to front the weekend's television highlights.
Brit pack hits back
Colin Montgomerie, Lee Westwood and Darren Clarke all answer Tony Jacklin's claim that they lack the hunger to win a Major.
Goosen's stroll of honour
US Open champion Retief Goosen speaks exclusively to BBC Sport Online's Stuart Roach.
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'Turf, please gentlemen!'
A floor of a pub in Lancashire is covered with turf to attract golf fans attending the Open.
Perfect preparations
BBC Sport Online's Kitrina Douglas looks at the unusual preparations of some of the world's top players for the Open Championship.
Golf's golden smile
Links golf provides the ultimate test in the ultimate championship - and this year's British Open at Royal Lytham will be no different.
Tiger's early prowl
BBC Sport Online's Kitrina Douglas joins Tiger Woods and a few eager spectators for the champion's 5am practice.
Lane takes high road to Open
England's Barry Lane finishes third at Loch Lomond to head the qualifiers for The Open.

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