Brooks Koepka The 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews is not just an significant event but also the final

major championship event. There is a massive disruption to the game of golf the four major week - and this one

especially have an entirely new meaning. the importance of capturing those precious crown jewels is paramount

in the quest to be among golf's legends. In a time when the status of playing of golf has changed forever The return of

The Open back to St. Andrews, the home of the game of Golf is very poetic in a sense. In terms of history, but in

completely different terms The Old Course has witnessed Tiger Woods complete the career grand slam, Jack

Nicklaus and Tom Watson complete the last steps of their Open careers, and even players like Seve Ballesteros Nick

Faldo and John Daly along with John Daly the likes of Woods and Nicklaus All take part in raising the Claret Jug on

the 18th green. The challenge is to determine the players who stand a good possibility of joining the previous

Open winner, the problem is finding a balance between the current performance with major championship pedigrees