What a way to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of The Open Championship! A new winner, who showed the confidence of a seasoned campaigner to triumph over the Old Course by an astonishing margin of seven shots. A record-breaking first round by one of world golf's brightest young stars, and the emergence of another exciting talent from Korea, who won the Silver Medal just weeks after becoming the first Asian to win the Amateur Championship. Having missed the cut in three previous Open attempts, Louis Oosthuizen quashed any doubts that he had the game and the temperament to cope with the pressure of leading a Major Championship by resisting the spirited challenge of Englishman Paul Casey over the weekend. In the battle for second place Lee Westwood edged a trio of European players including Casey, Henrik Stenson and 21-year-old Rory McIlroy, who set an Open record with a breathtaking nine-under-par, first round of 63. The 2010 Official Film will document the farewell to St Andrews of five-time Open Champion Tom Watson and highlight the remarkable performance of 20-year-old Jin Jeong, who secured the Silver Medal in style with an incredible eagle putt at the 72nd hole. From the Championship's humble beginnings at Prestwick in 1860, this DVD celebrates the 150th Anniversary staging of golf's oldest and most coveted Major.