Sport Buggy race: Carragher v Bellew

11:05  17 july  2017
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Jamie Carragher and Tony Bellew went head to head in a unique Merseyside derby ahead of The 146th Open, live on Sky Sports.

Neither of the Liverpudlians claim to be regulars on the golf course, with Carragher previously struggling in the Shot Centre against Gary Neville, but both were keen to claim a Derby success.

With a specially constructed hole installed on Southport Beach and both players having buggies to make their way up the sand to hole out as possible, the pair raced their way to the finish.

Everton fanatic Bellew was prepared to try anything to deny Liverpool legend Carragher victory, with both players forgetting about golfing etiquette as they both attempted to stop the other from winning.

Which player prevailed and found the target first? Click on the video above to see who won!

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