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1982 Open Championship

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Dates  15–18 July 1982
Course(s)  Royal Troon Golf Club
Par  72
Location  Troon, Scotland
Tour(s)  European Tour PGA Tour
Length  7,067 yards (6,462 m)
1982 Open Championship

The 1982 Open Championship was the 111th Open Championship held from 15–18 July at Royal Troon Golf Club in Troon, Scotland. Tom Watson won his fourth Open Championship, one stroke ahead of runners-up Peter Oosterhuis and Nick Price. It was Watson's second consecutive major victory; he won the U.S. Open a month earlier, and the seventh of his eight major titles.

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Watson became the fifth to win the U.S. Open and the Open Championship in the same year, joining fellow Americans Bobby Jones (1926, 1930), Gene Sarazen (1932), Ben Hogan (1953), and Lee Trevino (1971). Tiger Woods later won both in 2000.

Watson's previous three Open wins also came in Scotland, at Carnoustie (1975), Turnberry (1977), and Muirfield (1980). His fifth victory in the Open in 1983 came at Royal Birkdale in England.

Course

Old Course

Lengths of the course for previous Opens (since 1950):

Opens from 1962 through 1989 played the 11th hole as a par-5.

First round

Thursday, 15 July 1982

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Second round

Friday, 16 July 1982

Amateurs: Lewis (+4), Oldcorn (+9), Plaxton (+9), Stubbs (+10), Thompson (+10), Broadbent (+12), Persson (+12), Rose (+12), Thomson (+12), Ray (+13), Andersson (+16), Young (+17), Higgins (+19), Poxon (+19), Crosby (+22).

Third round

Saturday, 17 July 1982

Amateurs: Lewis (+5).

Final round

Sunday, 18 July 1982

Amateurs: Lewis (+12)
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References

1982 Open Championship Wikipedia


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