Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club is one of the oldest links courses in the world, and this is where The Open was first played!

About Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club is the home of The Open. It was here that Young Tom Morris won it three years in a row, which led to the purchase of a new trophy in 1867, the Claret Jug, which is still used today. Prestwick is a varied course with a lot of ups and downs, speaking of downs, some of the bunkers here are so deep you have to use a ladder to get in and out of them! There are plenty of other obstacles too, plenty of becks, in Scottish called Burns, old stone walls and of course the ever-present railway line. With holes that have names like The Himalayas and The Alps you know you’ll be in for a treat!

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Prestwick Golfklubb Claret Jug
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