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What is Your Favourite Open Venue?

What is Your Favourite Open Venue?  

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  1. 1. What is Your Favourite Open Venue?

    • The Old Course at St. Andrews
      1
    • Royal Troon
      1
    • Muirfield
      0
    • Royal Lytham & St. Annes
      1
    • Carnoustie
      0
    • Turnberry
      0
    • Royal Portrush
      0
    • Royal Birkdale
      0
    • Royal St. George's
      0
    • Royal Liverpool
      0


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I have to go for Royal Troon over St Andrews because I always think the atmosphere at Troon spreads further from the course. Also the 'home' of The Open is just up the road.

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