Relive Most Memorable Open Championship Victories


For the next four weeks leading up to the 2013 Open Championship, Golf Channel will highlight some of the most memorable final rounds in Open Championship tournament history. 

Tonight at 8PM ET watch a highlight reel of the 1984 Open Championship played on The Old Course at St. Andrews where the late Seve Ballesteros captured at the time his second Open Championship. Ballesteros birdied the 18th and defeated Bernhard Langer and Tom Watson.

On June 25 at 8PM ET we look at the 1987 Open Championship, the site of Sir Nick Faldo’s first major championship, where he defeated Paul Azinger and Roger Davis.  The 1987 Open Championship was held at Muirfield, the home of this year’s Open Championship.  It was a tournament that was full of bad weather, but it proved to be Faldo’s breakthrough event that put him the ranks with other successful major championship winners.

On July 2 at 8PM ET we travel back to The Old Course at St. Andrews to the 2000 Open Championship where Tiger Woods took home his first Open Championship win.  This was a monumental year for Woods as this was the same year he won the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship.

Finally on July 9 at 8PM ET relive the tense sudden death playoff between Ernie Els and Thomas Levet.  Watch Els defeat Levet and bring home his first Claret Jug at the 2002 Open Championship.

Relieve the most memorable rounds in the history of the Open Championship. Starting June18 @ 8PM ET Golf Channel will be re-airing 4 of the most memorable rounds (one every Tuesday). Don’t miss them!