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Golf: The Open

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The 114th championship from Royal St George's, Sandwich. Live coverage of the opening round of one of the world's greatest championships. Defending champion
SEVERIANO BALLESTEROS , who thrilled millions of television viewers with his winning Putt on the last green at St Andrews, is joined by eight former champions - TOM WATSON. BILL ROGERS , who won here in 1981, JACK NICKLAUS. JOHNNY MILLER , GARY PLAYER. LEE TREVINO. TONY JACKUN and BOB CHARLES in pursuit of the coveted Open Trophy.
This tough links course was the venue for Henry Cotton 's famous victory in 1934 where he scored a remarkable 65 to end a decade of American domination. The British challenge this year includes NICK FALDO , SANDY LYLE , SAM TORRANCE and PAUL WAY but the West German BERNHARD LANGER , runner-up last year, will be highly favoured. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
• FEATURE: page 82

Contributors

Unknown: Severiano Ballesteros
Unknown: Tom Watson.
Unknown: Bill Rogers
Unknown: Jack Nicklaus.
Unknown: Johnny Miller
Unknown: Tony Jackun
Unknown: Bob Charles
Unknown: Henry Cotton
Unknown: Nick Faldo
Unknown: Sandy Lyle
Unknown: Bernhard Langer
Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

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