The last time The Open took place at St Andrews, there was certainly no shortage of drama.
A week that began with Jordan Spieth pursuing an unprecedented calendar-year Grand Slam ended with the young Texan missing out by a single shot on a three-way play-off that was won by Zach Johnson.
Other highlights at the Old Course included a stunning performance from amateur Paul Dunne, who sensationally held a share of the lead with 18 holes to play, and emotional farewells to two Open legends in Tom Watson and Sir Nick Faldo.
Yet in the middle of this fantastic sporting spectacle, there was also one day that brought little other than immense frustration for players, fans and everybody connected with the Championship.
On Saturday 18 July 2015, strong winds wreaked havoc at The 144th Open.
There already had been a delay to play on Friday, when heavy rain briefly flooded parts of the course and forced a suspension of just longer than three hours.
As a result, Championship leader Dustin Johnson was among a host of players who headed out at 7 am the next day with a handful of second-round holes to complete.
But remarkably, Johnson would not manage that task until just after 7 pm. A day that was meant to feature more golf than originally scheduled ended up featuring hardly any action at all.
To read more on the treacherous weather in 2015, visit https://www.theopen.com/Latest/Open-Toughest-Weather-St-Andrews-2015.