The 101st Open | 1972 Muirfield

Lee Trevino defends his title at Muirfield

Trevino was as colourful a character as golf has ever seen. His golfing game, however, despite being one of immense natural talent and flair, arguably never embodied his personality quite so well as during The 101st Open.

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Trevino's week at Muirfield was filled with incredible chip-ins and unlikely escapes, which eventually wore down his playing partner Tony Jacklin and led to a one-shot victory over Jack Nicklaus.

Listen to Lee Trevino - Tales of The Open here to discover more of the great man's character and Championship performances.