65 Foot Putt on The Old Course w/ Erik Anders Lang

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Filmmaker and golfer Erik Anders Lang, attempts to recreate one of the most famous putts form the Valley of Sin on the Old Course.

In 1995, Costantino Rocca, who needed a birdie at the last to tie Daly knocked his ball up the steep slope and then into the hole. He sank to his knees and slammed the ground with his fists in sheer jubilation.

Head over to TheOpen.com and join The One Club for free access to Erik’s full film, A Brief History of The Open.

Join Erik as he travels to Scotland to discover the origins of The Open and the path it has taken to become what it is today.

The journey takes you to Open venues Royal Troon and of course The Home of Golf, St Andrews, to learn how one man’s death led to the birth of the original and most historic tournament in the game of golf.

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