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Which venue has hosted the most Open Championships?

The OId Course at St. Andrews has hosted the Open Championship 30 times.

Who won the Open Championship the last time it was contested at Royal Liverpool?

Rory McIlroy won the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in 2014.

How many Open Championship victories does Tiger Woods have?

Tiger Woods has won three Open Championships: 2000, 2005, 2006

What is the trophy bestowed to the winner of the Open Championship called?

The winner of the Open Championship is awarded the Claret Jug.

Which former Open champion was 59 years old when he lost in a playoff at the 2009 championship?

Tom Watson was defeated by Stewart Cink in the 2009 Open Championship. He would've been golf's oldest major winner.

Who has won the most Open Championships?

Harry Vardon has won six Open Championships, the most of any player.

The first Open winner was from what country?

Willie Park Sr. of Scotland won the first Open Championship in 1860.

Who is the only Spanish player to win the Open Championship?

Seve Ballesteros is the only Spaniard to win the Open, and he did it three times: 1979, 1984, 1988.

Who was the first American to win the Open Championship?

Jock Hutchinson became the first American to win the Open in 1921 when he beat Roger Wethered in a playoff at St. Andrews.

What is the only country to have hosted an Open Championship outside of England and Scotland?

Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland (1951, 2019) has hosted two Open Championships.
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