The first ever record hole-in-one made in 1868 by Tom Morris at the Open Championship at Prestwick, Scotland.

The first ever record hole-in-one made in 1868 by Tom Morris at the Open Championship at Prestwick, Scotland. Supposedly, He hit a 379 yard drive in competition with a Gutta-percha Ball and Hickory shafts. His son Young Tom Morris was even better.

Golf pros of the 1860's - Old Tom Morris and Young Tom Morris #golf #legends #golfhistory #blackandwhite #tomorris

thevictorianist: “ Old Tom Morris and his son Young Tom Morris together. The two dominated the Open tournament in the Read more: Historic photographs of golfing pair could fetch

Catherine Zeta-Jones And Heather Locklear: Celebrities On The Golf Course / 7

Catherine Zeta-Jones And Heather Locklear: Celebrities On The Golf Course / 7

Francis Ouimet being carried by spectators following his famous 1913 U.S. Open win holding a horseshoe. Eddie Lowery, the 10-year-old boy who was his caddie for the match, is in the foreground with a towel around his neck. The original caption read: "Good Luck! Francis Ouimet on the shoulders of the crowd just after winning the Open Championship"

Francis Ouimet after winning the 1913 US Open, with his caddy, Eddie Lowery, aged 10 in the white scarf

Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, 1962. Palmer won Masters.

The Jack Nicklaus & Arnold Palmer Rivalry

Arnold Palmer congratulates Jack Nicklaus after the 1962 U. Open at Oakmont in Pittsburgh.

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