With only two more sleeps until the 148th Open Championship begins, Omnisport's reporters were out on the course at Royal Portrush.
Three days out from The Open, Omnisport brings you some of the highlights from out on the course at Royal Portrush.
The Open returns to Royal Portrush for the first time since 1951 and three Omnisport writers attempt to pick the winner.
Zack Sucher carded a five-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead at the Travelers Championship.
American men have won nine of the past 10 majors and The Open is a chance for a first sweep since 1982.
Gary Woodland posted a bogey-free, six-under 65 to take sole possession of the lead after 36 holes on Friday.
Having started the day with the slenderest of leads, Justin Rose stretched his advantage at Pebble Beach.
Tiger Woods missed an early birdie opportunity but nevertheless made up ground on leader Justin Rose early on day two of the U.S. Open.
Two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka was in impressive form early on at the U.S. Open.
Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy have both won one major more than Jordan Spieth, who said: "It's certainly a driving factor for me."