The Open 2017: Will Royal Birkdale see its first Open champion from the UK?

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Let's set expectation levels early. No golfer from Great Britain or Northern Ireland has ever won The Open at Royal Birkdale.
In nine previous Open Championships on the Southport links, stretching back to 1954, there have been two Australian winners, five Americans and an Irishman.
And there are some fine champions among them. Australian Peter Thomson won the first and last of his five majors there, while Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino and Johnny Miller have all raised the Claret Jug at "arguably the best Open venue".
Those are the words of Tommy Fleetwood, the local lad who lived five minutes up the road and "used to sneak on" when he was a boy. He may be a little biased of course but he's a real contender to become the first Englishman to win The Open since Nick Faldo in 1992.
In fact, since Faldo won the last of his three Open Championships, only Scotland's Paul Lawrie - at Carnoustie in 1999 - and Northern Irish duo Darren Clarke (2011) and Rory McIlroy (2014) from these shores have been crowned champion golfer of the year.
So, what hope a home winner this time?