Watch past Open Championship winners play a four hole Champion Golfers’ Challenge at St Andrews

This is special.

Some of the past winners of The Open Championship teamed up to play the Champion Golfers’ Challenge yesterday, including Darren Clarke, Ian Baker-Finch, Tiger Woods and Gary Player.

Seven teams featuring four players each played off in a four hole challenge over the 1st, 2nd, 17th and 18th holes at St Andrews. The teams were captained by some of the game’s greatest players including Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Tony Jacklin and Australia’s own Peter Thomson.

Palmer’s team of Paul Lawrie, Darren Clarke and Bill Rogers were deemed the winners oldest of the three teams who tied for the best score.

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