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1996 Open Championship

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Dates  18–21 July 1996
Par  71
Tour(s)  European Tour PGA Tour
Length  6,892 yards (6,302 m)
1996 Open Championship
Location  Lytham St Annes, England
Course(s)  Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club

The 1996 Open Championship was the 125th Open Championship, held 18–21 July at the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in Lytham St Annes, England. Tom Lehman won his only major championship by two strokes over runners-up Mark McCumber and Ernie Els. Lehman built a six-stroke lead after 54 holes and became the first American to win at Lytham since Bobby Jones seventy years earlier.

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Tiger Woods, age 20, was the only amateur to make the cut and finished tied for 22nd; he turned professional six weeks later. Jack Nicklaus, 56, was one stroke out of the lead after 36 holes, but fell back on the weekend and tied for 45th.

Course layout

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Previous lengths of the course for The Open Championship (since 1950):

First round

Thursday, 18 July 1996

Second round

Friday, 19 July 1996

Amateurs (a): Woods (–1), Bladon (+4), Allan (+5), García (+7).

Third round

Saturday, 20 July 1996

Final round

Sunday, 21 July 1996

Amateurs: Woods (–3).

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References

1996 Open Championship Wikipedia


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