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1969 Open Championship

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Dates  9–12 July 1969
Length  6,848 yards (6,262 m)
Par  71
1969 Open Championship
Location  Lytham St Annes, England
Course(s)  Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club
Field  130 players 73 after 1st cut 46 after 2nd cut

The 1969 Open Championship was the 98th Open Championship, held from 9–12 July at the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in Lytham St Annes, England. Tony Jacklin won the first of his two major championships, two strokes ahead of Bob Charles. Jacklin was the first Briton to win The Open since 1951; it would be another 16 years until the next, Sandy Lyle in 1985.

Contents

First round

Wednesday, 9 July 1969

Second round

Thursday, 10 July 1969

Amateurs: Tupling (+2), Bonallack (+4), Fleisher (+5), Buckley (+6), Humphreys (+8), McGuirk (+8),
Foster (+11), Hayes (+13), Kippax (+16), King (+17), Glading (+20)

Third round

Friday, 11 July 1969

Amateurs: Bonallack (+6), Tupling (+9), Buckley (+10), Fleisher (+10), Humphreys (+12), McGuirk (+15).

Final round

Saturday, 12 July 1969

Amateurs: Tupling (+10), Bonallack (+14)
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References

1969 Open Championship Wikipedia


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