The Official film of the 1998 Open.
Royal Birkdale in Lancashire staged one of the most memorable Open Championships in recent years. With the weather playing havoc with the swings of the world's top golfers, none of the field could break par over the four days play. By Sunday evening there were just two players left in contention, the Masters Champion, Mark O'Meara, and his compatriot Brian Watts, who had held on to the lead bravely for two days in the worst of the conditions. But it was Mark O'Meara who held his nerve in the play-off to take the Claret Jug back to the United States for the fourth year running.
However, who could forget the challenge of 17 year-old English amateur, Justin Rose, who delighted home fans with his outstanding performance on the course, including chipping-in on the final hole, and his good humour off it. And of course, there was the sensational Tiger Woods, whose charge came just too late.
The story of the Championship is told uniquely through the eyes of the caddies, bringing you all the drama and excitement of the 127th Open Championship.