- Name of 18th hole: Tom Morris
- Par: 4
- Yards: 455 (all yardages in this gallery are listed from the tees in use during the 2010 British Open.
The hole starts with a drive over the Swilcan Burn, which the player crosses via the old stone Swilcan Bridge. With lots of roll, the hole is drivable - and has been for longer pros going back many years.
There are no bunkers on the 18th hole, but the fairway is crossed by a road - Granny Clark's Wynd - that is in use and in play. And in front of the green is the deeply undulating swale known as the Valley of Sin.
See also: Players posing on the Swilcan Bridge