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The British Open, or the Open Championship as it's known outside the United States, is believed to be the most challenging tournament in professional golf. There was no greater Open than in 1977 at Turnberry on Scotland's southwest coast, when Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus battled over the last thirty-six holes with Watson winning with a closing birdie. Drawing on interviews with participants, caddies, journalists, and spectators, Michael Corcoran brings the drama of this historic Open Championship to vivid life. Along with a revealing retelling of the '77 Open, Corcoran delivers an evocative historical overview of the Open and the tradition it represents. Michael Corcoran is deputy editor of "Stuff magazine". He is author of several books, including "How to Break 90: An Easy Approach for Breaking Golf's Toughest Scoring Barrier" and "The Golf Dictionary: A Guide to the Language and Lingo of the Game".