Golf Tournaments results : Prestwick



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2001
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Hoey, Michael
1 hole
The Amateur Championship (106th). Hoey (N.Ire) beat Ian Campbell (Wales) by 1 hole in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1987
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Mayo, Paul
3 & 1
The Amateur Championship (92nd). Mayo (Wales) beat Peter McEvoy (Eng) 3 and 1 in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1962
Snr Europe
World Senior Ch'ship
Runyan, Paul
2 & 1
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 6; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Runyan (USA) beat Sam King (Eng) for the second straight year, this time by 2 and 1. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1958
Men Europe
Weetman, Harry
289
Played as the Swallow-Penfold Tournament. Defending champion Weetman (Eng) beat Harry Bradshaw (Ire) in an 18-hole playoff (Weetman 76, Bradshaw 77). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1956
Men Europe
277
Played as the Dunlop Masters. Second-placed Eric Brown (Scot) finished 1 shot behind Christy O'Connor Sr (Ire). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1952
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Ward, Harvie
6 & 5
The Amateur Championship (57th). Ward (USA) beat Frank Stranahan (USA) 6 and 5 in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1934
Men Amateur
British Amateur
14 & 13
The Amateur Championship (45th). W. Lawson Little (USA) beat James Wallace (Scot) by 14 & 13 in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1928
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Perkins, Phil
6 & 4
The Amateur Championship (39th). Thomas Philip "Phil" Perkins (Eng) beat Roger Wethered (Eng) 6 and 4 in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1925
Men Majors
300
The Open Championship (60th) (June 25-26). Second-placed Ted Ray (Jersey) and Archie Comptson (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Jim Barnes (Eng). This was the last of the 24 Opens played at Prestwick, the original home of the world's most famous Championship. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1922
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Holderness, Ernest
1 hole
The Amateur Championship (33rd). Holderness (Eng) beat John Caven (Scot) by 1 hole in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1914
Men Majors
306
The Open Championship (54th) (June 18/19). Second-placed J.H. Taylor (Eng) finished 3 shots behind Vardon (Jersey). This was the last of Vardon's six Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1911
Men Amateur
British Amateur
4 & 3
The Amateur Championship (27th). Hilton (Eng) beat E.A. Lassen (Eng) 4 and 3 in the final. This was the third of Hilton's four Amateur Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1908
Men Majors
291
The Open Championship (48th) (June 18/19). Second-placed Tom Ball (Eng) finished 8 shots behind Braid (Scot). This was the fourth of Braid's five Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1905
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Barry, Arthur
3 & 2
The Amateur Championship (21st). Barry (Eng) beat Osmund Scott (Eng) 3 and 2 in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1903
Men Majors
300
The Open Championship (43rd) (June 10/11). Second-placed Tom Vardon (Jersey) finished 6 shots behind his brother Harry Vardon (Jersey). This was the fourth of Vardon's six Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1899
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Ball Jr, John
37th hole
The Amateur Championship (15th). Ball (Eng) beat Freddie Tait (Scot) at the 37th hole in the final. This was the fifth of Ball's eight Amateur Championship titles. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1898
Men Majors
307
The Open Championship (38th) (June 8/9). Second-placed Willie Park Jr (Scot) finished 1-shot behind Vardon (Jersey). This was the second of Vardon's six Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1893
Men Majors
322
The Open Championship (33rd) (Aug 31/Sep 1). Second-placed John Laidlay (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Aucterlonie (Scot). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1893
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Anderson, Peter
1 hole
The Amateur Championship (9th). Anderson (Scot) beat Johnny Laidlay (Scot) by 1 hole in the final. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1890
Men Majors
164
The Open Championship (30th) (Sept 11). Second-placed Willie Fernie (Scot) and Archie Simpson (Scot) finished 3 shots behind John Ball Jr (Eng, amateur). Ball was the first player from outside Scotland to win The Open, and the first amateur winner. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1888
Men Amateur
British Amateur
Ball Jr, John
5 & 4
The Amateur Championship (4th). Ball (Eng) beat Johnny Laidlay (Scot) 5 and 4 in the final. This was the first of Ball's eight Amateur Championship titles. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1887
Men Majors
161
The Open Championship (27th) (Sept 16). Second-placed Bob Martin (Scot) finished 11 shots behind Willie Park Jr (Scot). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1884
Men Majors
Simpson, Jack
160
The Open Championship (24th) (Oct 3). Second-placed Willie Fernie (Scot) and Douglas Rolland (Scot) finished 4 shots behind Simpson (Scot). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1881
Men Majors
170
The Open Championship (21st) (Oct 14). Second-placed Jamie Anderson (Scot) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Ferguson (Scot). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1878
Men Majors
157
The Open Championship (18th) (Oct 4). Second-placed Bob Kirk (Scot) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Anderson (Scot). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1875
Men Majors
Park Sr, Willie
166
The Open Championship (15th) (Sept 10). Second-placed Bob Martin (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Park (Scot). This was the last of Park's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1872
Men Majors
Morris, Young Tom
166
The Open Championship (12th) (Sept 13). Second-placed David Strath (Scot) finished 3 shots behind 21-year-old Morris Jr (Scot), who won this title for the fourth straight time. This was the last of Young Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins, and the first year the famous Claret Jug was presented to the winner. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1870
Men Majors
Morris, Young Tom
149
The Open Championship (11th) (Sept 15). Second-placed Bob Kirk (Scot) and David Strath (Scot) finished 12 shots behind Morris Jr (Scot), who won this title for the third straight year. Having won three times, Morris was allowed to keep the red Moroccan leather belt, presented each year to the winner. In 1871 the Championship was not played. The famous Claret Jug was introduced when the Championship re-started in 1872. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1869
Men Majors
Morris, Young Tom
154
The Open Championship (10th) (Sept 16). Second-placed Old Tom Morris (Scot) finished 3 shots behind his son and defending champion Young Tom Morris (Scot). This second of Young Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1868
Men Majors
Morris, Young Tom
157
The Open Championship (9th) (Sept 23). Second-placed Robert Andrew (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Morris Jr (Scot), who was aged only 17. This was the first of Young Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1867
Men Majors
Morris, Old Tom
170
The Open Championship (8th) (Sept 26). Second-placed Willie Park (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Morris (Scot). This was the last of Old Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1866
Men Majors
Park Sr, Willie
169
The Open Championship (7th) (Sept 13). Second-placed David Park (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Park (Scot). This was the third of Park's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1865
Men Majors
Strath, Andrew
162
The Open Championship (6th) (Sept 14). Second-placed Willie Park (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Strath (Scot). [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1864
Men Majors
Morris, Old Tom
167
The Open Championship (5th) (Sept 16). Second-placed Andrew Strath (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Morris (Scot). This was the third of Old Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1863
Men Majors
Park Sr, Willie
168
The Open Championship (4th) (Sept 18). Second-placed and defending champion Old Tom Morris (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Park (Scot). This was the second of Park's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1862
Men Majors
Morris, Old Tom
163
The Open Championship (3rd) (Sept 11). Second-placed Willie Park Sr (Scot) finished 13 shots behind defending champion Morris (Scot). This was the second of Old Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1861
Men Majors
Morris, Old Tom
163
The Open Championship (2nd) (Sept 26). Second-placed and defending champion Willie Park Sr (Scot) finished 4 shots behind Morris (Scot). This was the first of Old Tom Morris's four Open Championship wins. Amateurs were allowed to enter The Open from this year onward. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1860
Men Majors
Park Sr, Willie
174
The inaugural Open Championship (Oct 17). Second-placed Old Tom Morris (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Park (Scot). This was the first of Park's four Open Championship wins. He was presented with a red Moroccan leather belt; the famous Claret Jug was not introduced until 1872. With only professional golfers able to enter, the field was limited to just 8 players. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
 

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