For just the second time in its 156-year history, the Open Championship will be decided on a Monday. The 80-player weekend field returns to the Old Course for the final round of the 2015 British Open.
Since you're probably at work, you're probably wondering how you'll be able to watch the final round unfold. We've got you covered.
On TV, the final round of the Open is on ESPN, starting at 6 a.m. Eastern time until there's a winner. If there's a tie after 72 holes, there will be a four-hole aggregate-score playoff to decide the Champion Golfer of the Year. If that doesn't decide it, then it will turn into a sudden-death playoff.
The coverage window is the same for WatchESPN, where you can stream the action using the ESPN feed, the BBC world feed, a featured group and coverage of the Road Hole 17th at St. Andrews.
If you aren't allowed to stream video at work, then you have a couple of audio options. The R&A has Open Radio on its website and the TuneIn radio app, while SiriusXM airs ESPN Radio coverage of the final round on Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio (XM 93/Sirius 206).
You can join us to talk about the final few hours of the Open on Rabble.TV, as our companion audio coverage goes lives from 11 a.m. Eastern.