Who was the oldest competitor to ever play in the British Open?

Answer The oldest player to compete in the British Open golf tournament was Gene Sarazen, who was 74 years, five months and eight days when he competed in 1976. The youngest competitor was Tom Morris. He ... Read More »

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Can the public play at the British Open golf courses?

Yes, the public can play at the golf courses that host the British Open. Most of the courses are private and reserve prime tee times for members, but they allow the public to play in certain time s... Read More »

Where is the british open?

The 2010 British Open is being hosted by St. Andrews and will be played on the Old Course. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Open and it is the 28th time that the Open has been played at... Read More »

Who won the 2006 British Open?

Tiger Woods won the 2006 British Open at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake, England. Woods posted 18 under par for a four-round tournament score of 270, which beat Chris DiMarco by two strokes. ... Read More »

Who won 2007's British Open?

After shooting a final round of 67, Padraig Harrington defeated Sergio Garcia in a four-hole playoff to win the 2007 British Open. Harrington shot 69 in the first round, 73 in the second round, 68 ... Read More »