Seve Plays From the Car Park at Lytham in 1979

By: Golfshake Editor | Thu 14 Jul 2016 | Comments


It was the 108th Open Championship, and it was one defined by Seve Ballesteros, who secured his first major championship victory by three shots from Jack Nicklaus and Ben Crenshaw. It was the beginning of a legend. 

However, many will remember that week for the recovery he played from a temporary car park on the 16th hole. It was a moment that illustrated his swashbuckling and thrilling skills, which turned him into a beloved figure.

 

 


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