Prestwick Golf Club on the west coast of Scotland
Length6544 yards

Prestwick Golf Club was founded in 1851 and in 1860 hosted the first ever British Open Championship. Tom Morris Snr, the four times Open Champion was the first Keeper of the Green, Ball and Club Maker at the new club.

The golf course dips and winds amongst the sand dunes of the Ayrshire coast. The first hole presents a particularly challenging start, while the 17th is probably the course signature hole. Unchanged since the 1850s it has a blind second shot over a high ridge with the infamous 'Sahara' bunker waiting just in front of the green.

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