The 34th Open | 1894 Royal St George's

The first Open in England produces a fitting Champion

The growing popularity of golf and The Open led to the Championship being staged in England for the first time in 1894. There would be a fitting winner at Royal St George's as J.H. Taylor earned his first title.

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Taylor would go on to become one of the Championship's all-time greats, part of The Great Triumvirate that dominated The Open for the next 20 years.

In the video above, one of his daughters, Phyllis Plumtree, reflects on Taylor's incredible impact.