|Dates 18–21 July 1985|
Tour(s) European Tour PGA Tour
Length 6,857 yards (6,270 m)
|Location Sandwich, England|
|Course(s) Royal St George's Golf Club|
The 1985 Open Championship was the 114th Open Championship, held 18–21 July at Royal St George's Golf Club in Sandwich, England. Sandy Lyle won his only Open Championship, one stroke ahead of runner-up Payne Stewart. It was the first of his two major titles; Lyle added a green jacket as Masters champion in 1988.
This was the last year the Open Championship featured the double cut (after 36 holes and 54 holes), introduced in 1968.
Thursday, 18 July 1985
Friday, 19 July 1985
Amateurs: Gilford (+6), Olazábal (+8), Evans (+15), Davis (+16) McGimpsey (+16), Homewood (+18), Purdie (+24), Latham (+28)
Saturday, 20 July 1985
Amateurs: Olazábal (+9), Gilford (+12).
Sunday, 21 July 1985
Amateurs: Olazábal (+9)