Last chance to be part of Henrik Stenson's historic victory at The 145th Open
History was made at Royal Troon this year when Henrik Stenson won The Open in July.
The 40-year-old not only became the first man from Sweden to lift the Claret Jug but the first from his country to win a Major championship.
The Swede started the final day one shot ahead of Phil Mickelson and carded an eight-under-par 63 studded with ten birdies to claim a three-shot victory over the 2013 Champion Golfer of the Year.
Mickelson shot a 65 himself and could only congratulate his playing partner at the end of a head-to-head battle reminiscent of the duel in the sun between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus at Turnberry in 1977.
Stenson’s closing round of 63 shaved one shot off the previous record for the lowest last round ever recorded by a winner of The Open, previously set by Greg Norman when he recorded a 64 at Royal St George’s in 1993.
The renowned Australian had also set a new Championship 72-hole record that year in Kent but Stenson beat it by three strokes.
Those two records will stand out as we look back on one of the greatest episodes in the history of the Championship. And now you have the opportunity to secure your own piece of Open history with the commemorative 145th Collection.
The Open Shop is giving you the chance to save 40% on all 145th Collection items whilst stocks last – making it easier than ever to purchase from the extensive range of products marking Stenson’s remarkable victory.
Featuring products from the official Outfitter, Polo Ralph Lauren and exclusively designed headwear and apparel from Ahead, the Collection has something for all golf fans. The offering also includes outerwear, children’s clothing, luggage, homeware, leather goods and golf accessories.
Don’t miss out on the final chance to shop The 145th Collection - visit TheOpen.com/shop now to secure your own piece of Open history.