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Prestwick — 1863

Willie Park Wins Second Open Title

The 1863 Open was played at Prestwick on Friday, 18th September, on a wet and windy day. Fourteen players entered The Open, hoping to win the coveted Championship Belt. Tom Morris, winner of the previous two Open Championships, was by far the favourite to take the title for a third time....

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Prestwick — 1863 Results

pos player ctry r1 r2 r3 r4 total
1 Willie PARK SR SCO 56 54 58 168
2 Tom MORRIS SR SCO 56 58 56 170
3 David PARK GBR 55 63 54 172
4 Andrew STRATH SCO 61 55 58 174
5 George BROWN GBR 58 61 57 176
6 Robert ANDREW GBR 62 57 59 178
7 Charlie HUNTER GBR 61 61 62 184
8 James KNIGHT (A) GBR 66 65 59 190
9 James MILLER (A) GBR 63 63 66 192
10 J.F. JOHNSTON (A) GBR 66 66 65 197
 

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