2010 British Open

St Andrews Old Course

The Open Championship will be held at the home of golf, the Old Course at St Andrews, in 2015. Situated right in the centre of the seaside college town of St Andrews, the Old Course takes centre stage, steeped in history with the famous Swilen burn and the seventeenth 'Road' hole. The Old Course at St Andrews is the oldest golf course in the world where people have been playing golf since the fifteenth century. Since 1873, the Old Course at St Andrews has been used as the venue for the British Open 28 times, the first winner being Tom Kidd.

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St Andrews Past Winners

Here is a list of the past winners of the British Open when it has been held at the Old Course at St Andrews:

YearWinnerNationality
2010Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa
2005Tiger WoodsUnited States
2000Tiger WoodsUnited States
1995John DalyUnited States
1990Nick FaldoEngland
1984Seve BallesterosSpain
1978Jack NicklausUnited States
1970Jack NicklausUnited States
1964Tony LemaUnited States
1960Kel NagleAustralia
1957Bobby LockeSouth Africa
1955Peter ThomsonAustralia
1946Sam SneadUnited States
1939Richard BurtonEngland
1933Denny ShuteUnited States
1927Bobby JonesUnited States
1921Jock HutchisonUnited States
1910James BraidScotland
1905James BraidScotland
1900John Henry TaylorEngland
1895John Henry TaylorEngland
1891Hugh KirkaldyScotland
1888Jack BurnsScotland
1885Bob MartinScotland
1882Bob FergusonScotland
1879Jamie AndersonScotland
1876Bob MartinScotland
1873Tom KiddScotland

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The Old Course

This seaside links course has evolved over six centuries and had originally 22 holes. This was reduced to 18 in 1764 to become the golf course we know today. There are many double greens as the front nine are played along the coast away from the famous old clubhouse and the back nine are played straight back, sharing many of the greens. The greens are so vast that this doesn't prove a problem. There are 112 bunkers on the course, the most famous being the one that guards the seventeenth green.

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