It’s known as “Carnastie” having dropped the most esteemed players to their knees due to its ferocity.
Scotland’s Carnoustie is a test on the most serene of days, but when when the wind blows it can become a torture chamber.
The finish is revered as one of the toughest in the sport, and has ended many pristine scorcards since it opened in 1842.
But last year, a beanied Tommy Fleetwood tore through the historic links at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
His outrageous 63 was a course record, and you can see some of his best shots from the round below.