British Open 1977- Turnberry

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British Open 1977- Turnberry

Postby RoyalTroon » Wed Aug 24, 2011 7:14 am

This is what it is all about! British Open on Scotish links golf courses with a magnificant view over the sea to the isle of arran. Great stuff!!!
Without precision you will be lost on these links golf courses. There is a reason why Tom Watson is still today able to compete with all the long driving guys out on tour when it comes to british links golf.

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Re: British Open 1977- Turnberry

Postby LipOut » Fri Aug 26, 2011 2:00 pm

I watched the video series and absolutely loved it. I was not yet born when the duel in the sun took place so it was really fun to go back and watch it play out. Two days later the thing that I keep thinking about is how Jack made that birdie on the last. Just unbelievable from where he was. Talk about imposing your will on the golf ball. Great stuff and I look forward to more.
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