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1981 Open Championship

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Dates  16–19 July 1981
Tour(s)  European Tour PGA Tour
Length  6,827 yards (6,243 m)
Location  Sandwich, England
Par  70
1981 Open Championship
Course(s)  Royal St George's Golf Club

The 1981 Open Championship was the 110th Open Championship held from 16–19 July at Royal St George's Golf Club in Sandwich, England. Bill Rogers won his only major championship, four strokes ahead of runner-up Bernhard Langer. The Open returned to Royal St. George's for the first time since 1949, making it a new venue for all; no former champions finished in the top ten.

Contents

First round

Thursday, 16 July 1981

Second round

Friday, 17 July 1981

Amateurs: Godwin (+6), Evans (+8), Sutton (+8), Chapman (+10), Keppler (+10), Walton (+10), Young (+10), Brand (+12), R. Mitchell (+12), Sherborne (+12), Ploujoux (+14), Thomas (+14), Blakeman (+15), Planchin (+15), Seamer (+15), Ling (+17), C. Mitchell (+18), Pook (+19), Ambridge (+20), Heib (+22), Lawrence (+23), Hall (+24), Sviland (+24).

Third round

Saturday, 18 July 1981

Amateurs: Godwin (+8), Sutton (+11), Keppler (+13), Evans (+15), Young (+15), Chapman (+16), Walton (+16).

Final round

Sunday, 19 July 1981

Amateurs: Sutton (+15), Godwin (+19)
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References

1981 Open Championship Wikipedia


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