From Willie Park Sr.'s victory in 1860 to Zach Johnson hoisting the Claret Jug in 2015 after a play-off victory at St. Andrews, the Open Championship has been scene of incredible elation and crushing defeats. Often referred to as The British Open or simply The Open, the tournament's venues capture the essence of the game and its traditions. If you are a golf fan or looking for something special for the golfer in your life, this graphic is for you.

This print highlights the winners and the fourteen courses that have hosted the tournament since its inception in 1860. The upper section of the graphic includes the course names, the years each course held the Open, the winners and scores as well as commentary on significant events that shaped the tournament or the courses. The bottom section of the graphic includes five illustrations of holes that depict common features of links Open Championship golf. It also includes a map showing the locations of the fourteen venues.

History of the Open Championship

44" x 17"

$35.00

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  • Premium Paper - custom printed on medium-weight paper using vivid, archival inks.
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  • Wood Mounted - print is mounted to a hardboard and a protective laminate is applied to the surface of the print. The edges are shaped with a 45° bevel, finish-sanded and painted black. The back side is routed with a custom keyhole for hanging. Graphic is printed on our premium paper.
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