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Prestwick — 1878

Anderson Triumphs at Prestwick

The 1878 Open Championship was played on Friday, 4th October over the Prestwick Links, with 26 players competing for the Claret Jug. In dull weather conditions, eventually turning to rain, J.O.F. Morris took the early lead with a first round of 50. Jamie Anderson, Bob Kirk and John Ball Junior were t...

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Prestwick — 1878 Results

pos player ctry r1 r2 r3 r4 total
1 Jamie ANDERSON SCO 53 53 51 157
2 Bob KIRK GBR 53 55 51 159
3 J.O.F. MORRIS GBR 50 56 55 161
4 Bob MARTIN SCO 57 53 55 165
4 John BALL JR (A) ENG 53 57 55 165
6 Willie PARK SR SCO 53 56 57 166
6 William COSGROVE GBR 55 56 55 166
8 Jamie ALLAN GBR 62 53 52 167
9 John ALLAN GBR 55 55 58 168
9 Tom DUNN GBR 54 60 54 168
 

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