The stage is set for one of sport's majors. This year is a special anniversary for Royal Birkdale, as it host The Open championship for the tenth time.
The last winner there was Pádraig Harrington in 2008 - he's back again this year alongside some of the greats of the game, all desperate to lift the famous claret jug and today was their final practice.
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Tommy Fleetwood is in the form of his life and all eyes will be on the Southport golfer as the Open comes to Royal Birkdale.
It's a huge week for him and his family but it's not going to be his biggest of the year as he's due to became a dad for the first time in September.
David Chisnall caught up with him to talk about all things from fatherhood to the Claret Jug, as he was given a special honour at the course where it all started for him.
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Manchester golfer Adam Hodkinson will take on the best players on the planet after qualifying for this year's Open Championship.Read the full story ›
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As the final Major of the year, the PGA Championship, gets underway in the USA, a little closer to home the search is on for Britain's next golfing star.
Royal Birkdale is the venue for the 89th Boys Amateur Championship.
Among the 64-strong field is a teenager from Merseyside who's hoping to shine on his local course.
He's been speaking to Chris Hall.
Tom Murray, from Lymm in Cheshire, has emulated his father Andrew by winning a place on the European Tour.
This year he will compete alongside some of the sport's greatest names, though his biggest hero remains his dad, who will play on the Seniors Tour.
Macclesfield golfer Jamie Donaldson hit the winning shot to win the Ryder Cup for Europe on Sunday.
Jamie's now back home in Cheshire, and in between a lot of understandable celebrating, he took time out to chat to ITV News.
Ryder Cup golfer Jamie Donaldson has spoken about the moment he hit the winning shot to seal the win for Europe.
Donaldson, who is based at Macclesfield Golf Club, says he hit "the shot of his life" to seal a win against the USA, and guarantee Europe retained the trophy.
Members at Macclesfield Golf Club are celebrating Europe's Ryder Cup success after Jamie Donaldson clinched the crucial point to win the famous trophy.
With 13 and a half points already on the board, Donaldson initially made sure Europe would retain the trophy as holders by guaranteeing half a point against Bradley by holding a four-hole lead with four to play.
But he then sealed outright victory in style, hitting his approach to the 15th to within inches of the hole and prompting the captains to shake hands before he had reached the green.
Today, members at his home club in Macclesfield have been toasting his success.